Last updated on June 15th, 2019 at 08:28 am
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Florida Rambler’s content is original and unique, and it is protected by U.S. Copyright law. All rights are reserved.
Without permission, you may:
- Publish a headline and brief description (50 words) of any article as long as you link directly to the full article on FloridaRambler.com
- Use a thumbnail (up to 150 by 150 pixels) of a single photograph related to the article description, linking to the related article on FloridaRambler.com.
- With any use of our content, you must link back to FloridaRambler.com
You may not:
- Republish articles in part or in full without written permission;
- Serve photos or images from our servers;
- Re-publish photos without written permission;
- Use our content in a manner that compromises our brand or the user experience.
Licensing our content
Reasonable licensing terms are available should you wish to republish our articles or photographs in print or online. Our licensees have included the Orlando Sentinel, South Florida SunSentinel, the Miami Herald, The Guardian, HomeAway.com, VacationHomeRentals.com and CruiseOne.
We can reorganize, rewrite or repackage content to your requirements.
What is a copyright?
When an individual or a company creates something new, copyright law automatically gives full ownership rights to that creation and the creator.
For example, if you write a screenplay, an article or a blog post, or if you display a photograph, 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.
We maintain logs with dates and times to prove first use.
If someone does violate a copyright, such as copy a blog post and attribute it to himself, or try to claim authorship, copyright law makes it possible to enforce your rights against the other and maintain your ownership.
Fair use of published content allows you to use some content with restrictions, such as a description promoting the creator’s product and linking to the creator’s web site.
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