Last Updated: Dec 06, 2016     Views: 14

Websites often present documents as “printer-friendly” or “for download” which provides an “implied licence” for individual users to make a personal copy.

These implied licenses often do not allow multiple copies to be made for sharing with others.

Unless a website clearly states that users can download or print copies for either non-commercial or education use, you should not reproduce these documents without seeking permission from the webmaster or organization.

We recommend that you keep a screen capture of the terms of any implied or free licences for your records.

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