Acceptable Use Policy
As Intersect's users belong to many different organisations, we are interested in promoting a simple acceptable use policy. We have reviewed the acceptable use policies of our members and have arrived at the following:
Intersect's Acceptable Use Policy requires that users abide by the IT, Security and Acceptable Use policies of their institution.
Attribution Policy: Attributing Intersect
In many cases, research outputs assisted by Intersect’s activities are not visible to Intersect. As part of an attempt to track our output and impact, we would like to be attributed in various forms where Intersect activities contributed to the work. Standard forms of attribution make it much easier for us to search for and track such outputs, relieving everyone of the overhead of maintaining lists and databases.
This document describes some of the situations where such attribution is requested, and what form it should take. There will be other situations outside of these cases where Intersect activities contributed to a research output. We would still like to be attributed in a relevant and appropriate fashion and in this case, please contact us to discuss.
Attribution Policy PDF available here
Intersect Australia has adopted the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (APP) from Schedule 1 of the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012, which amends the Privacy Act 1988 (the Privacy Act). The APPs came into effect on 12 March 2014. The APPs govern the way in which we collect, use, disclose, store, secure and dispose of your Personal Information.
Software Licensing for Members
The development of software and systems on behalf of our members is a major part of Intersect’s activities. Intersect’s member institutions pay for the development of this software.
This document is for staff and students of Member organisations and describes Intersect’s policy on access to software and the licensing of intellectual property in relation to this software.
Software Licensing Policy PDF available here