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Terms of Use

You are responsible for any content that you upload. You may remove your content at any time. We may make copies for operational purposes. This service is governed by the JANET Acceptable Use Policy. Takedown requests will be reviewed by the myExperiment Management Committee. We will take every care to preserve data but we will not be liable for loss or damage to data while it is stored within myExperiment. We receive and store certain types of information whenever you interact with us which we will use only for operational purposes. We will not make personally identifiable data available to third parties without consent. See our full privacy policy.

Please note: all user profiles are public on myExperiment and therefore can be viewed by anyone and be indexed by search engines such as Google. However, usernames and registered email addresses (different to profile email addresses) are not exposed.

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Register with a Username and Password


Display name

The name that will be displayed to other visitors of the site.

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This will copy your email address to your Profile.
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Confirm Password

When you click register, an email will be sent to you with a confirmation link. Your account will only be activated once you follow this link. We reserve the right to remove unactivated accounts after 30 days.

Note that the display name that other people will see can be different to your username and can be changed by editing your account after you have signed up.

Register with an OpenID

OpenID is a distributed identity system which gives you single sign-on anywhere that OpenID is supported. If you already have an OpenID you can enter it here and your myExperiment account will automatically be created (note that if you have an AOL or AIM account, or a LiveJournal or Wordpress blog, then you already have an OpenID).

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