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Do not copy or reproduce any content on this site without permission.

Copyright is a property right, giving the holder the exclusive right to control reproduction or adaptation of their work for a certain period of time.

Copyright law applies globally and is regulated by a number of international treaties and conventions, so wherever you are in the world, and however you wish to reproduce the material, you must obtain the prior, written consent of the rights holder or their agent.

Using material without prior consent exposes you to legal action from the rights holder. A breach of copyright can lead to severe financial penalties and in some cases criminal liability, no matter how innocuous the use may seem.

Whether you wish to reproduce content for commercial purposes, academic or personal use the same rules apply.

Useful links

The Copyright Licensing Agency

The World Intellectual Property Organisation