Public-i Group Ltd makes every possible effort to ensure that the information published on its website is accurate and up to date, but does not accept any responsibility for errors or omissions and reserves the right to make amendments at any time and without prior notice.
To the fullest extent permitted by the law, the Company nor any of its officers or employees shall be liable for any loss, additional costs or damage howsoever arising, suffered as a result of using the Company’s website or hyperlinks provided to third party websites.
As permitted by the Telecommunications (Lawful Business Practice) (Interception of Communications) Regulations 2000 and by the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act, the Company may electronically scan any emails received for obscene, indecent and illegal remarks and content.
All material published on Public-i Group Ltd’s website (unless stated otherwise), is the property of the Company and must not be copied or distributed for any commercial purpose. This includes, but is not limited to, the Company’s logo, graphics, website design, website ‘look and feel’ and contents.
Our website and all of the related pages including but not limited to content, software, code, graphics or other material contained in or electronically distributed on this website is owned by us or licensed to us and is protected by copyrights, trade marks, service marks, patents or other proprietary rights or laws. Unauthorised use of any copyrighted materials; trade marks or any other intellectual property without the express written consent of the owner is strictly prohibited. The Company’s prior written permission must be obtained for the use of material contained within its web pages.
This website contains hyperlinks to websites owned and controlled by third parties who are not under our control and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked third party site. The links are provided for your convenience and any such link does not imply endorsement by us of the site nor does it imply that there is any association between us and the operators of the site.
We do not give any warranty, condition, guarantee or representation, express or implied, relating to information contained on this website or on any website to which it is linked. We do not warrant that our website or any website to which it is linked or any relevant server are free of computer viruses or other harmful applications.
The web promises an idea of universal access – a place where everyone is truly equal. This is a bold and exciting aspiration. But if that is to be the case it means we need to think carefully about what accessibility means:
For the visually impaired, and the deaf and hard of hearing people as well as those with motor or cognitive disabilities we need to ensure that their needs are addressed in all services developed by us for any of our clients.
We must create services and solutions that are accessible to all ages and all abilities, making it easy for every single person to reach any content, and once there, to determine for themselves the value they derive from it.
Public-i is committed to providing websites and online applications that are accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of ability or browsing technology and including those who have visual, hearing, motor and cognitive impairments.
We are also committed to fulfilling the needs of our clients and their citizens and to meet its statutory obligations defined by the The Equality Act 2010.
Unless it can be shown to be technically or practically impossible, all content must be made accessible. Wherever possible, we would like to give control to the user and let them decide how they will view websites and its content. Our online applications should all offer accessibility options that are easy to discover, understand and select for all visitors.