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All your legal questions to the website are here If you have any questions, please contact me Anything covering Terms & Conditions, Copyrights, and Intellectual property is found here. Under no circumstance will a monetary refund be given due to the nature of the product. I will change the size of an image you purchased one time for free at your request. I will change the file format of your purchase one time for free. Requests can be made but there is no guarantee they will be used . If a work of art is made based on a request, the requester has no rights nor powers over the image. commissions maybe be requested by using the commissions form. mike will contact you and go over the parameters and cost. A contract will be sent to you if he agrees to produce it. you must honor the contract or nullify the obligation to receive the final piece. All rights are reserved mikegallagherart. It is forbidden to make a profit from any work purchased from Mike Gallagher, Mikegallagherart.com, mike gallagher on gumroad. licensing is available for certain pieces .
refund policy

Due to the nature of digital downloads, there are no refunds in any way. No cash refunds. No store credit. Contact Mike Gallagher for another potential resolution to a possible problem.

gdpr

 GDPR posits that users have 8 basic rights regarding personal data and data privacy.

The General Data Protection Regulation establishes eight rights that apply to all users. To achieve GDPR compliance, your organization must respect the following rights or face severe penalties:

 

 

  1. The right to access: Individuals may request access to their personal data. They may also ask about how their data is used, processed, stored, or transferred to other organizations. You must provide an electronic copy of the personal data, free of charge, upon request.
  2. The right to be informed: Individuals must be informed and give free consent (not implied) before gathering and processing their data.
  3. The right to data portability: Individuals may transfer their data from one service provider to another at any time. The transfer must happen in a commonly used and machine-readable format.
  4. The right to be forgotten: If users are no longer customers or withdraw their consent to use their personal data, they’re entitled to data deletion.
  5. The right to object: If a user objects to your use or processing of their data, they can request that you stop; there are no exceptions to this rule. All processing must stop as soon as the user makes this request.
  6. The right to restrict processing: Individuals can ask you to stop processing their data or stop a certain kind of processing. Their data can remain in place if they choose.
  7. The right to be notified: Individuals have the right to be notified in the event of a personal data breach that compromises their personal data. This must happen within 72 hours of breach discovery by your organization.
  8. The right to rectification: Users can request that you update, complete, or correct their personal data.
ada

ADA website compliance applies to the Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design. It requires that all electronic information and technology—i.e, your website—must be accessible to those with disabilities.

ADA vs. Section 508 vs. WCAG

ADA is often confused with Section 508. However, ADA compliance differs in that it’s more of a civil law that mandates the inclusion of all people, especially those with disabilities, in all areas of public life. That includes the workplace, schools, transportation, and any other places open to the general public. 

Both ADA and 508 have the same goals, only Section 508 compliance is applicable to Federal procurements. This refers to commercial businesses that sell their products or services to the Federal government.

The two compliance regulations also work alongside the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The WCAG is an international set of standards used to improve digital accessibility. The focus of WCAG compliance is primarily HTML accessibility throughout all platforms. 

intellectual property

What is Intellectual Property?

Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind, such as inventions; literary and artistic works; designs; and symbols, names and images used in commerce.

IP is protected in law by, for example, patentscopyright and trademarks, which enable people to earn recognition or financial benefit from what they invent or create. By striking the right balance between the interests of innovators and the wider public interest, the IP system aims to foster an environment in which creativity and innovation can flourish.

 

copyrights

all original works are wholly owned and copyrighted by mike gallagher and mikegallagherart