Terms and Conditions
Look Up is a service offered by SeeAbility. SeeAbility is the operating name of the Royal School for the Blind, Registered Charity Number 255913.
All materials including text and images is the copyright of SeeAbility © 2010 SeeAbility, unless otherwise stated.
SeeAbility have tried to ensure that the contents of this website are accurate.
Information provided as a result of this service is given in good faith and is to the best of our knowledge both accurate and correct. It is only of a general nature though and professional medical advice should be sought as appropriate.
SeeAbility will not be held liable for any losses, damages or expenses that arise either directly or indirectly as a consequence of the information provided.
SeeAbility take no responsibility for the contents of linked websites and links should not be taken as an endorsement of any kind. SeeAbility has no control over the availability of the linked pages.
Look Up will only collect, process and store information about you that we have openly collected from you or with your consent. The personal details you supply to Look Up, including any sensitive data, will be held for mailing you with information only about Look Up. Your details will be used only by Look Up and will not be made available to any third party unless otherwise stated at the time of submission.
In addition to this we do log your IP address which is automatically recognised by our Web Server. We will only collect information that is relevant to providing the service.
If you use standard email for communications with Look Up, this will not be protected and you should be aware that Look Up cannot guarantee that it remains confidential whilst in transit. All email sent to Look Up will be monitored and checked to ensure our systems are operating securely.
There is only one cookie on the Look Up site. This is a Google Analytics tracking code and gives us information on how our site is used by people, such as the amount of visits made, which pages are the most popular and which information packs are downloaded. All information is anonymous and no personally identifiable data is taken. None of this information is shared with any other organisation.
If you wish to know more about cookies, including how to remove them from many different browsers click here.
Linking to the Look Up website
If you would like to link your website to the Look Up website or if you think we would be interested in linking to your website then please e mail email@example.com
We reserve the right to choose which sites we include and will not enter into any correspondence about our decision process.
Look Up may use links to other websites. Look Up is not responsible for the contents, nor does it warrant the accuracy or reliability of any linked website. Look Up, to the extent permissible by law, excludes all liability which may arise from your use or reliance on the information or contents contained in the linked site.
Users are permitted to copy some material for their personal use as private individuals only. Unless explicitly stated on the webpage, users must not republish any part of the data either on another website, or in any other medium, print, electronic or otherwise, or as part of any commercial service without the prior written permission of Look Up. If you require any further information on permitted use, or a licence to republish any material, please contact:
SeeAbility Look Up, SeeAbility House, Hook Road, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8SQ. Phone: 01372 755 066, e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Using screen shots
You may use screen shots of the Look Up website in print only with Look Up’s permission. Please e mail email@example.com
to request permission.
Screen shots must appear without any alterations to the copy or graphical images. When using a screen shot, you must include the URL of the Look Up website and give credit to Look Up as follows:
Reprinted with permission from www.lookupinfo.org
© Copyright (year of creation) Look Up. All rights reserved.
IP (internet Protocol)
All networks connected to the internet speak IP, the technical standard which allows data to be transmitted between two devices. TCT/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) is responsible for making sure messages get from one computer to another and that the messages are understood.
Any PC connected to the Internet will have a unique IP address. A typical IP address might for example be 220.127.116.11
The computer which sends web pages to your computer