Although the internet is an awesome medium for entrepreneurs and other such independently-minded people, it is incredibly
difficult to control. Regulating the total transmission of one's intellectual property is nearly impossible. We also realize
that the transmission of data is sometimes required for certain things. Maybe you're developing a report of some kind and you
need to borrow some text, or maybe you're doing a review and you need [to borrow] an image. Below is a breakdown of
the activities you can and cannot do with our content unless otherwise permitted. Please note that these rules only apply
to all-exclusive content--in other words, stuff that contains the notice, "all rights reserved." For certain
audio/visual productions, such as original movies, music or books, we have a different, more-inclusive policy.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us.
Content 1 = video, audio, images, type, titles, designs & other (distinct) elements of or
from the 1613 brand or website
Reference 2 = give recognition (or attribution), either through text, links or images, to
Monetary 3 = relating to money or the acquisition of money
The content on this page is effective as of Saturday, October 28, 2017