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Our policy prohibits the use of copyrighted material in a manner that violates the copyright owner's rights. In general, this means that authors should only submit their own original written work to which they have natural copyright.
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Copyright resides with the authors who submit to our directory, not with us. As a consequence, we have no legal standing to enforce copyright on behalf of authors. If a user violates copyright, the ultimate responsibility and expense to take any action against that user will rest with the author.
- In the event of copyright violation, we advise authors to exercise their rights under the The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998 by taking the following steps:
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