Notice & Takedown Policy

Notifying CORE-Materials

If you find material which you consider illegally held or published on the CORE-Materials website please contact us and supply the following information:

Contact Details

Complaints by email containing the details above should be sent to:

Email ukcme at liv dot ac dot uk with the message header “Notice and Takedown”

or, in writing to:

CORE-Materials Notice and Takedown,
UK Centre for Materials Education
2nd Floor, Brodie Tower
University of Liverpool
Liverpool L69 3GQ

What Happens Next?

The procedure is then invoked as follows:

  1. The CORE-Materials team will acknowledge receipt of your complaint by email or letter and will make an initial assessment of the validity and plausibility of the complaint, possibly taking legal advice.
  2. If plausible, the material will be immediately removed from the CORE-Materials website pending further investigation.
  3. When possible, the CORE-Materials team will contact the individual(s) responsible for publication of the material and notify them it is the subject of a complaint. Details of the allegations will be passed on and the individuals will be encouraged to address the complaint concerned.

Outcomes

The CORE-Materials team aims to resolve any issue swiftly and amicably with the complainant and to the satisfaction of both parties. After a complaint has been received and the three actions have taken place, the complaint may result in the following possible outcomes:

If CORE-Materials and the complainant are unable to agree a solution, the material will remain unavailable through CORE-Materials until a time when a resolution has been reached.

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