BPR Media Pvt. Ltd. (together with its parent and subsidiary entities, “RE Quest” “we” “us” or “our”) supports the usage of cross-linking on the Web. We encourage our own sites, and other sites on the Web, to link and summarize content that adds value for their users.
We follow certain guidelines when linking to others, and expect the same consideration from third parties who wish to link to us. The principles embodied in these guidelines include proper attribution, respect for copyrights and trademarks, and permission for commercial use.
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You are welcome to link from another site to BPR Media content- however do not use any BPR Media logos, trademarks and trade names, and any content, quotes, etc. in any advertisement or promotions. Links may include text content such as headlines and may be accompanied by brief summaries of the linked articles. You may also use inline links. If space permits we prefer that you use the title of the article as the link, and we strongly encourage citation of the source site. (Our logos may accompany a citation, but their use requires our written permission) There is no expiration on such links, and no permission is required.
For your convenience in regularly linking to our stories, BPR Media also offers RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds of our stories.
Please do not:
- Attribute a link on your site to a BPR Media site and then link somewhere else;
- Write and link to a summary of the BPR Media story which exceeds fair use guidelines;
- Frame the BPR Media story or otherwise present the content as your own;
- Use any images from BPR Media stories on your site without written permission;
- Use any of our logos or trademarks without written permission; and
- Use any content or quotes in any advertisement or promotions.
Reproducing Our Content:
Beyond widely recognized “Fair Use” guidelines defined by local copyright law, any other reproduction of our content requires our written permission. Some types of reproduction may require you to pay a licensing fee. Types of use that require our written permission include:
- Use of our content in advertisements or promotions;
- Use of BPR Media trademarks or logos; and
- Use of substantial quotations or excerpts, or full text, of our articles.
Personal, Non-commercial Use:
Readers may download, reformat and print our editorial content for personal, non-commercial use. You may also include excerpts of content in memos, reports and presentations that do not have a commercial use. When excerpting, please include the notation, “Used with permission from BPR Media FZ LLC Copyright 20__. All Rights Reserved.”
How to Get Permission:
Contact our Rights and Permissions Department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third Party Content:
Text, photos, graphics, audio and/or video material supplied by third parties, such as Reuters, and published by BPR Media, may not be directly or indirectly reproduced, published, distributed, modified, performed or broadcast, in any medium. Without limiting the foregoing, no such third party materials, or any portion thereof, may be stored in a computer except for your personal and non-commercial use.
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