What is copyright
When you create something new, copyright law automatically gives you full ownership rights in your creation.
For example, if you write a screenplay, novel, or even a blog post, you’ve just created something new. Once you put that creation out into the world and allow the public to access it, copyright law kicks in to help make sure that someone else can’t steal a part of (or all of) your creation. If someone does do something to violate your copyright, like copy your blog post and attribute it to himself, or try to claim authorship of your screenplay, copyright law makes it possible for you to enforce your rights against the other and maintain your ownership.
- view pages from our website in a web browser
- download pages from our website for caching in a web browser
- print pages from our website
- stream audio and video files from our website
- use [our website services] by means of a web browser
You must not
- our content is republished illegally in a blog or website.
- use our article by using a spinner or third party tool [Few changes in articles.].
You may request permission to use the copyright materials on our website by [writing to us by email or post, using the contact details published on the website].