This conference is the work of the Association of Lisp Users.
A UK company, International Lisp Conference Ltd, has been set up to handle local arrangements.
The relationship between the two is defined thus.
The ALU is an international organization whose mission is:
To serve the software community by providing high-quality information about Lisp to current and prospective users and to the software community at large.
To support the Lisp community by hosting an annual conference and providing administrative support for Lisp-related projects and local user groups.
The ALU is incorporated with "not for profit" status in Virginia, USA.
International Lisp Conference Limited is UK company number 5686738, limited "by guarantee" (i.e. no shareholders, no profits), incorporated on 2006-01-25.
The company's objects are:
To host international conferences relating to uses of the Lisp family of computer programming languages.
To use the occasion of, and any profits resulting from, such conferences to provide: information about Lisp to current and prospective users and to the software community at large; and administrative support for Lisp-related projects and local user groups.
The address to which documents may be served is:
International Lisp Conference Ltd
32 Pretoria Road
Cambridge CB4 1HE
The Data Protection Act requires all organisations which handle personal information to comply with a number of principles regarding privacy and disclosure. These state that such information must be:
The Act also allows people to find out what personal information is held about them, whether or not it is held on computer.
What we will do with your information
We will use the information about yourself which you give us when you register for the conference to:
If you say that we may, we will also share your contact information (name, organisation, email address) with:
We will ask you on the registration form whether or not you consent to each of the above. If you give your consent you may withdraw it in future, by emailing us at the address at the foot of this page or by post to the company's registered address above.
You may ask at any time to see the information we hold about you. The Act permits us to make a reasonable charge for providing this service. During March and April 2007 this charge will be £10; at any other time the charge will be waived. If the information we hold about you is wrong, we will correct it.
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© alu 2007