GLAM Hack is an informal not-for-profit initiative, hosted by the civic action, not-for-profit organisation Inter Alia. GLAM Hack’s website is run by GLAM Hack team, and gives access to information related to GLAM Hack’s projects, events, activities and services. Except where otherwise noted, the content (texts, photographs, videos, data etc.) available on GLAM Hack’s website is published under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0) license. Also, except where otherwise noted, the metadata available on GLAM Hack website are published under the terms of the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal Public Domain Dedication (CC0 1.0).
If you want to contribute content and metadata to GLAM Hack for its website, we encourage you to read GLAM Hack’s Terms for Participant and User Contributions. If you re-use content and metadata published on GLAM Hack’s website, we encourage you to follow GLAM Hack’s Usage Guidelines for Content and Metadata, and to provide attribution to the authors and all the sources (including GLAM Hack’s website).
Notice and Takedown
Except where otherwise noted, GLAM Hack is the owner of the copyrights to the content and metadata that it publishes on the website. Also, GLAM Hack has ensured that the participants of GLAM Hack’s events and activities, or users of its website that have contributed content and metadata for the website are the owners of these rights, and have agreed to the publication of their works under the applicable conditions as referred to above. However, GLAM Hack cannot guarantee that this is always correct. If you think that anything published on GLAM Hack’s website infringes your rights, you may report this to GLAM Hack by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
GLAM Hack does not guarantee the accuracy or completeness of the website and its content. Except to the extent required by applicable law, in no event will GLAM Hack be liable on any legal theory for any special, incidental, consequential, punitive or exemplary damages arising out of the use of the website or its content. In particular, it will not be liable for the following:
- Accuracy, completeness, etc. of the website or its content;
- Any infringement of privacy, publicity or other rights, including infringement of copyrights to the content made available on GLAM Hack’s website under conditions that were not approved by the rights holder;
Also, GLAM Hack takes no responsibility for the content of external Internet sites. Other websites that GLAM Hack links to are owned and operated by Third Parties and GLAM Hack has no control over them. The fact that GLAM Hack includes links to other websites does not mean that GLAM Hack approves of, or endorses, any other third party website or the content of that website. GLAM Hack accepts no liability for any statements, information, products or services that are published on, or are accessible through, any websites owned or operated by Third Parties.
GLAM Hack is a non-formal, not-for-profit initiative, that is active in the fields of education, and culture with the aim to: (a) promote open access to culture, and (b) contribute to the democratisation of knowledge through the research, educational & creative possibilities offered by open access, (c) help the public become acquainted with the digital platforms of cultural heritage and their functionalities, (d) contribute to the expression of creativity through the reuse of open digital cultural content, and (e) help internet users cultivate and improve their skills in order to participate actively in the (trans)formation of cultural heritage. In order to empower and inspire individuals, and otherwise operate successfully, personal information is used by GLAM Hack.
Whether you are a team member, event participant, newsletter subscriber or otherwise, GLAM Hack will treat your personal information respectfully, confidentially and compliant to the General Data Protection Regulation.
- GLAM Hack processes your personal data legitimately and for specific purposes only.
- GLAM Hack limits the processing of your personal data to what is relevant and necessary.
- GLAM Hack will clearly ask for your consent for processing your personal data in cases where your consent is required.
- GLAM Hack will not share your personal data with Third Parties without your consent, unless GLAM Hack is legally obliged to, in case of a legitimate interest or in case GLAM Hack has contracted a Third Party to process personal data on behalf of GLAM Hack.
- GLAM Hack takes appropriate security measures to protect your personal data and demands a high level of data protection standards of Third Parties that process personal data on behalf of GLAM Hack.
- Inter Alia will respect your personal data rights.
In case of questions or complaints, please contact GLAM Hack by emailing email@example.com.
GLAM Hack would like to follow similar policy guidelines to Europa (the portal site of The European Union), and to provide the public with the information they are looking for in more than one EU languages. However, due to constraints on resources, at the moment this isn’t possible. Therefore, GLAM Hack has decided to communicate its projects, events, activities and services mainly in English (for being accessible by an international audience), and -in specific cases- in Greek (since GLAM Hack team is mainly located in Athens and targets participants living in Greece).
Every text GLAM Hack writes uses a similar style or tone of voice. This consistency helps people know and trust GLAM Hack. GLAM Hack tries to use short statements and active, not passive, language in order to provide the public with clear and straight to the point information about its projects, events, activities and services. Also, GLAM Hack tries to keep it simple by linking to other pages (instead of repeating what is elsewhere), and by avoiding complex and unnecessary jargon. Also, GLAM Hack never uses slung and insulting words and phrases, because it is important for GLAM Hack to be polite, friendly and welcoming.
In the near future, GLAM Hack will publish editorial guidelines for participants or users who want to contribute content and/or metadata for its website.
GLAM Hack’s aim is to design its website to be universally accessible by users and user agents/devices. GLAM Hack would like to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, however, due to constraints on resources, at the moment this isn’t possible.
If you have any feedback, questions or suggestions on how to improve the accessibility of the website, please contact GLAM Hack by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions or suggestions on how to improve the information on this page, please contact GLAM Hack by emailing email@example.com.