Answered By: David McGowan Last Updated: Apr 04, 2016 Views: 46
The University Repository operates an immediate notice and take down policy. Therefore, if you unwittingly include third party copyright material and the thesis is made live before you realise this is the case, you should inform the Repository Team as soon as possible: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0151 794 2832.
Public access to the thesis will be restricted while we investigate and advise you on how to resolve any issues. If you are unable to obtain permission to include copyright material in the thesis then you may submit an additional abridged version of your thesis with the content removed and a text box directing people to where they can access it. You would upload this version by editing the record you initially created for the thesis in Liverpool Elements.