Copyright

All the photography and content on this site is copyright Retro-Kit (Paul Vernon) except where stated otherwise. When requested, permission to use any images is usually given where proper credit for the images is cited so, please ask before you use. 

One use of the images on this site that is strictly forbidden is their use on auction sites such as ebay. Under no circumstances will permission be given to use the photography on the Retro-Kit site to represent a product you are selling on an auction site. 

If you are selling items on e-bay and wish to reference information on the Retro-kit site, then simply link your product description to the relevant page, but please use your own photos of the products you are selling.

If we discover unauthorised use of photos on sites such as ebay, we do and will continue to actively seek to have the related listing removed.

Manuals and documentation

The copyright of the PDF manuals that are available for download on this website remains the ownership of the original publisher and are placed on this site as a convenience for users.

Site Mirrors

Any archive mirrors held on http://archive.retro-kit.co.uk/ remain the copyright of the original author/business. The archives are intended to be mirrors of sites that either no longer exist or do not appear to be mirrored in full anywhere else on the web and the information and data available on those sites is historically important to the retro computing scene for those platforms future use. Wherever possible, Retro-kit declares that the mirrors are just that and always provide links to the original sites from where the content was sourced.

Software

Any software hosted on the retro-kit site is in support of the hardware detailed. Retro-kit does not host any game or application software that is not relevant to the upkeep of the hardware detailed on the site.

Takedown requests

By hosting all of these materials, it is not the intent of Retro-kit to profit from other peoples work and the site is entirely run as an extension to of a retro computing hobby. As such, any reasonable requests to remove content from the Retro-kit sites by the rightful copyright owners will be complied with.

If you are concerned that you have found material on the website, for which you have not given permission and in terms of copyright law is not covered by a limitation or exception, please get in touch stating the following:

  1. Your contact details.
  2. The full details of the material.
  3. The exact and full url where you found the material.
  4. If the request relates to copyright, provide proof that you are the rights holder and a statement that, under penalty of perjury, you are the rights holder or are an authorised representative.
  5. The reason for your request including but not limited to copyright law, data protection etc.

Disclaimer

Any and all maintenance and electronic surgery documented on this site is intended to be informative and educational but should you act upon any of the information provided, you do so at your own risk and cannot hold Retro-Kit personally responsible for any damage you might cause to your own kit.</