Terms and conditions for using this site

English law holds web site administrators personally liable for *all* content of a web site, no matter who created it, so we have to have an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) about what can and cannot be put on this site. A simple overview of that policy is: be polite and considerate, don't violate UK law and stay within the guidelines set up by Transition Cambridge and/or the relevant subgroup, but you should read the full AUP if you contribute to this site.

We also have a Privacy Policy about what data we collect about you and what we do with it, including browser cookies, and a Complaint Policy which covers what you should do if you feel any part of this site breaks the law or the Acceptable Use Policy.

The Acceptable Use Policy, the Privacy Policy and the Complaint Policy are part of these Terms and Conditions. The administrators reserve the right to modify the Terms and Conditions, including the Acceptable Use Policy, the Privacy Policy and the Complaint Policy at any time if it is felt necessary in the light of experience or changes in legislation. It is the responsibility of all users of this site to comply with the latest version of the Terms and Conditions at all times.

Anyone contributing to this site grants Transition Cambridge a permanent non-exclusive right to publish their words, and waives their moral rights in the work. No, TC aren't going to make money publishing your ideas, that's just the reality of publically visible web sites, and as this is a community web site it would be too much hassle to do anything else.

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