Terms & Conditions
If you agree with Intelligent Data Technologies Limited's ("IDTL", trading as Lucid) Terms and Conditions then please continue to use this website. If you disagree with any of the terms, please do not use this website. This site is linked to other sites. Once you visit any of our linked sites, irrespective of whether they are owned by IDTL or by a third-party organisation, then you are bound by the terms of that website. These might differ significantly from the terms found here and you’re encouraged to read each individual site’s terms carefully.
The materials made available on this site, including materials in linked sites directly or indirectly accessible from this site, are provided “as is” without warranties of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title, or non-infringement. We do not warrant that the materials will be error free, nor free of viruses, defamatory, offensive, or other harmful matter. You assume the entire cost of any necessary service, repair, or correction. This site may also include content with technical inaccuracies or typographical errors that will be corrected as they are discovered at IDTL’s discretion.
Third Party Site Links
The materials that can be accessed from linked sites are not maintained by IDTL and we are not responsible for the contents thereof. Any reference to a linked site or any specific third-party product or service by name does not constitute or imply its endorsement by us, and you assume all risk with respect to its use.
Under no circumstances shall we, nor our affiliates, staff, agents or suppliers, be liable for any damages, including without limitation, direct, indirect, incidental, special, punitive, consequential, or other damages (including without limitation lost profits, lost revenues, or similar economic loss), whether in contract, tort, or otherwise, arising out of the use or inability to use the materials available in this site or any linked site, even if we are advised of the possibility thereof, nor for any claim by a third party.
Personal use and Intellectual Property Rights
You agree to use this site for lawful purposes only. You may download one copy of the information found on this site on a single computer for your personal, non-commercial internal use only. You shall not copy, use, modify, transmit, distribute, reverse engineer, or in any way exploit copyrighted or proprietary materials available in this site, except as expressly permitted by the respective owner(s) thereof. All trademarks, service marks, and trade names in this site are the marks of the respective owner(s), and any unauthorised use thereof is strictly prohibited.
You agree to defend, indemnify, and hold us and our affiliates harmless from and against all claims, losses, liabilities, damages and expenses (including legal fees) arising out of your use of this site.
This site provides access to a wide range of IDTL products, services and solutions and, therefore, may contain references or cross references to particular products and services that are not (readily) available in any particular country. Any such reference does not imply that IDTL in any particular country intends to market such products or services.
IDTL is committed to making our website an inclusive experience for all users, regardless of disability or age-related limitation. We are always looking to make technical improvements that will enhance your experience.
This website is designed to be compatible with the assistive technologies employed by many web users and to provide a comprehensive user experience. We’re continually making enhancements to our website to improve our visitor’s experiences, for example making this website responsive across desktop and mobile devices.
For ease of reading, users of our site can adjust the text to their preferential size and we have ensured that the colour luminosity contrast between backgrounds and foregrounds is within established guidelines for improved legibility. Colour is not used as the only method to emphasise a feature and we have not used any rapidly blinking or flashing content that can cause disturbance or adverse effects.
Where appropriate, we also have alternative text to ensure that visitors unable to view some of the images are provided with an explanation of the subject and context. In some instances, we will use display techniques that are not accessible, but we will always try to provide readable pages and formats as alternatives. Such an example is the current video placement on our homepage which has an alternative, static image in place for when media files are not to be shown.
Version number: v1.0 Date of publication: 14.06.2019