SensusAccess Conditions for Use
This service is hosted by an external vendor, SensusAccess. Any information submitted will be processed by SensusAccess in line with their Fair Processing Guidelines.
This service is provided only for personal, non-commercial instructional and educational use and any other use is prohibited. Further distribution of the files received from SensusAccess is prohibited.
Incoming documents submitted to the SensusAccess service are deleted from Sensus’ servers immediately after the documents have been processed. Information about the documents (formats, sizes) is stored for internal statistical, administrative, debugging and support purposes only.
Outgoing documents that are delivered to the end-user through a web link are stored on Sensus’ web servers for a period of 7 days using a secure, unique link, after which it is deleted. Other outgoing documents are not stored by Sensus. Information about the documents (types, sizes) is stored for internal statistical, administrative, debugging and support purposes only.
Email addresses of users submitting information to the SensusAccess service are automatically deleted once documents submitted have been converted and returned to the end-user.
No information collected by SensusAccess as part of the services is shared with third parties.
Neither University College Dublin nor SensusAccess will be held responsible for any information submitted that is disclosed and/or subsequently misused. The end-user will be solely responsible for, and will indemnify the University from and against, all claims and legal and financial consequences if sensitive or confidential information is sent either intentionally or unintentionally to SensusAccess for processing. SensusAccess endeavours to provide accurate conversion results but neither the University nor SensusAccess can guarantee such results.
Please be aware that use of SensusAccess for processing copyrighted materials other than for the purposes described above may constitute copyright infringement. The end user is solely responsible for, and will indemnify the University from and against, any claims in connection with end user's misuse of this service.
You can make an accessible copy:
- if you own the copyright
- if it's your own work
- if you have permission from the copyright owner
- if the copyright has expired
- if it's for someone with a print disability
If any of the above criteria apply, you need to agree that:
- the copy won't be shared with others
- you abide by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988, Section 31A (Disabled persons: copies of works for personal use)
- you abide by the Data Protection Act 2018 when storing or sharing converted files that contain personal data.