Copyright notice


Copyright statement 

All content (pages, documents and graphics) on our internet server (with URLs beginning http://www.cla.co.uk) are copyright. Except where indicated otherwise, the copyright belongs to The Copyright Licensing Agency Limited (CLA).

The section 'What can I do with this content?' below, sets out what CLA authorises you to do with the material contained in this website.

Disclaimer

The CLA website is intended to provide general guidance and background information only. Details published on it does not constitute legal advice. CLA cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any loss or damage incurred as a result of relying on information contained on this website.

What Can I Do With This Content? 

Print - If you hold a CLA licence you may print multiple copies of an article, story or similar proportion of the whole website for internal use by your organisation. If you do not have a licence from the CLA or other authorised licensing body, you may print out only one direct paper copy of any of the contents of this website for viewing by you or by your colleagues internally within your organisation in unaltered form.

Store - If you hold a CLA licence you may store within a secure intranet for up to 30 days. If you do not have a licence from the CLA, or other authorised licensing body, you may not store electronic copies of any of the contents of this website on your or your organisation's computer network.

Reuse - If you hold a CLA licence you may reuse unedited extracts (within the limits permitted by your specific licence) in material that you create for use within your organization. If you do not have a licence from the CLA, or other authorised licensing body, you may not incorporate by any means extracts from any of the contents of this website into separate materials which you create whether in print or electronic form.

Supply - If you hold a CLA licence you may supply copies outside of your organisation.  If you do not have a licence from the CLA, or other authorised licensing body, you may not permit any other persons to receive, access, view or use, or otherwise supply by any means, copies of the contents of this website outside of your organisation.

Monitor - If you hold a CLA licence you may allow media monitoring, systematic copying and forwarding of web content.  If you do not have a licence from the CLA, or other authorised licensing body, you may not systematically forward any of the contents of this website or supply any links to material on the website nor copy or extract data from this website by means of any automatic device such as robots, spiders or crawlers or by means of any manual process used to extract systematically or copy web content.

 

 

N.B. If you are a publisher of website or other online content and you would like to see suggested 'copyright terms' that you can use to mark and safeguard your content, please visit www.WhatCanIDoWithThisContent.com for more information. 

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