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BIEE video and audio file usage policy
BIEE’s video and audio files are licensed under a Creative Common Attribution-No commercial-Non derivative works 3.0 unported licence. This does not replace copyright but gives certain rights without having to ask BIEE for permission..Under this licence, our work maybe shared freely. This provides the freedom to copy, distribute and transmit this work on to others ,provided BIEE is credited as the author and the file is unaltered.This work must not be resold or used for commercial purposes. These conditions can be waived under certain circumstances with the written permission of BIEE .For more information about this licence go to http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/ These guidelines may change from time to time
Is BIEE Video and Audio content copyrighted ?
Yes . Creative Commons licensing doesn’t replace copyright – which remains with the BIEE – but it makes the terms more flexible.
About the Creative Commons licence
BIEE audio and video files are licensed under an Attribution – Non Commercial – No Derivatives 3.0 Unported
You are free to link to, download, save or distribute this work electronically. You are not permitted to produce and distribute DVDs of this work. If you are interested in using the work, please ensure that:
- BIEE and the speaker(s) are credited;
- The BIEE website (www.biee.org) is published together with a copy of this policy statement in a prominent position;
- The file is not altered and is used in full (the use of extracts under existing fair usage rights is not affected by this condition);
- The work is not resold or used for commercial purposes;
- A copy of the work or link to its use online is emailed to the BIEE Admin office email@example.com
Reposting or republishing the videos on your site or blog
Please follow the guidelines below:
Type of site/company: Bloggers, news/information websites and nonprofits may make our videos available under a Creative Commons (CC) licence, provided they follow the other of the guidelines on this page.
Video player: You must use the YouTube embeddable player. Attribution: You must add a visible link back to www.biee.org
Running talks in their entirety: You may not edit our video or audio files, or alter them in any way. This is essential for preserving the integrity of the speaker’s ideas.