Researchers and Creators

You are able to use text, images, sound and film without infringing copyright if any of the following apply:

  • You own the copyright.
  • Your copying of the work complies with the limits and conditions in the Copyright Act for 'Fair Dealing' for the purpose of research and study.
  • You have a licence to use the work (e.g. Contract, Terms and Conditions of Use, material published under an open licences, including Creative Commons, click through agreements and pay per view). Click-through licenses are legally enforceable.
  • You are using a short extract or quote.
  • You have written permission from the copyright owner.
  • The work is in the public domain (copyright expired, author has waived copyright)

In any case, you must acknowledge the source and authorship of any work you are copying.

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