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The scientific research is subject to ethical guidelines including the principle that your informed consent is obtained before research starts, that you have the right to withdraw, and that your anonymity is protected.
All memories will remain anonymous at all times and however used by the BBC
Memories may appear in a series of books related to the BBC Memory Season or related to the research project itself.
All memories that are collected will be deposited in the archive of the Economic and Social Research Council.
When the Radio 4 Memory Experience ends memories may appear on other BBC websites.
By depositing your memories you grant the BBC a perpetual right to use them free of charge for The Uses and to publish or broadcast them in any media throughout the world.
The BBC reserves the right to edit your memories
No-one should be identifiable from the memories. If the BBC is of the view that someone is potentially identifiable from a memory they will exclude that memory from the project
By depositing your memories you agree that the BBC shall not be liable to you in respect of any of the BBC's uses of the memories.
To withdraw your memories email your "link to view memories" to the production team: email@example.com