Copyright policy


Content

All images and other content on this website are protected by international copyright laws. No part of this website (apart from the "7 Sisters Restaurant" banner further down this page) may be sold, reproduced, or redistributed in any form without our permission. The pictures cannot be licensed for any use, commercial or non-commercial, except for the promotional photos on the Confidential web page for travel agents. We authorise you to view and make a single copy of portions of its content for offline, personal, non-commercial use.

Proprietary rights

This website contains proprietary information including trademarks, service marks and patents protected by intellectual property laws and international intellectual property treaties.
Any third-party trademarks, service marks and logos are the property of their respective owners. Any further rights not specifically granted herein are reserved.

Third-party JavaScript

This website contains the minified version of the mobile-detect.js JavaScript. This script detects mobile devices to make it possible to show the telephone numbers and/or location as clickable links.
The script is copyrighted by Heinrich Goebl and has been released under the MIT License (MIT).

Data collection

The automated and/or systematic collection of data from this website (including without limitation scraping, data mining, data extraction and data harvesting) is prohibited other than executed by web crawlers.

Enforcement of copyrights

We take the protection of our copyrights very seriously. If we discover that you have used our copyright content in contravention of what is stated in this copyright policy, we may bring legal proceedings against you seeking monetary damages and an injunction to stop you using that content. You could also be ordered to pay legal costs.
If you become aware of any use of this website's copyright content that contravenes or may contravene of what is stated in this copyright policy, please report this by email.

Infringing material

If you become aware of any material on this website that you believe infringes your, your company or any other person's or company's copyrights, please report this by email.

Linking

You are welcome to link to this website as long as you do not create a frame or any other browser or border environment around content contained in this website. It is not allowed to imply that the "7 Sisters Restaurant", its owners or employees are endorsing or sponsoring the linker or the linker's services or products without our permission.



You may use the image above as a banner on your own website to link to the homepage of this website. Copy the following sample HTML code to insert in your own web page:
<a href="https://www.7sistersrestaurant.com/"><img src="https://www.7sistersrestaurant.com/images/banner.png" style="border:0; height:120px; width:200px;" alt="7 Sisters Restaurant" title="7 Sisters Restaurant"></a>

Deep linking

We cannot guarantee that any information on the pages of this website will remain static. Therefore "deep linking" to specific pages is discouraged, as content can change and URLs within this website may change accordingly.

Hotlinking

Please note you cannot link directly to the pictures on this website (with the exception of the above banner image) to incorporate them on other websites such as weblogs (blogs). This kind of linking called "hotlinking", "inline linking" or "direct linking" is strictly prohibited to prevent "bandwith theft" and unauthorised use of the pictures on other websites. You may link to any HTML page on this website, but when you hotlink to the pictures themselves you will see a "Hotlinking prohibited" picture instead.

Hotlinking prohibited

Changes to this copyright policy

We reserve the right to modify this copyright policy at any time without notice. Changes to this copyright policy become effective on the date they are published.

Questions?

If you have any questions or concerns about this copyright policy, please feel free to contact us at any time by email:

This text was last modified on 30 January 2018.


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