Terms of usage

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In using this area of TecHKnow you are agreeing to the following

Our TecHKnow Wiki:Terms of Service

The body of work that makes up TecHKnow Wiki -- text, images, etc. -- is free for anyone to use, as long as they comply with our copyleft.

Copyleft {See: GDFL} means that every single author, editor, who puts their work into TecHKnow Wiki gives you the right to read, copy, print, save, download, read aloud, project, modify, email, distribute, sell, photocopy and correct their work however you want to.

The only restrictions are that if you distribute it (electronically or in print), you must give attribution to the creator(s), and if you derive new work from it, you must give the same rights to users of that work.

In other words, we give you practically every freedom within the boundaries of the law to use the information in TecHknow Wiki, except the freedom to take that freedom away from others.

The TecHKnow Wiki website and server is made available to contributors, namely:

Those who support our goals of creating a free, complete, up-to-date Science and Technical advice, help, information etc., People who acknowledge that collaboration with other TecHKnow Wiki users is necessary to achieve this goal.

If you're not interested in our goals, or if you agree with our goals but refuse to collaborate, compromise, reach consensus or make concessions with other TecHKnow wiki users, we ask that you not use this Web service. If you continue to use the service against our wishes, we reserve the right to use whatever means available -- technical or legal -- to prevent you from disrupting our work together.

Please note that your Computer IP address is recorded by us each time that you visit this site These terms of conditions either supplement or reinforce those that form part of the Terms and conditions of use of the TecHKnow website.

TecHKnow Wiki is not an advertising service. Promotional articles about yourself, your friends, your company or products; or articles written as part of a marketing or promotional campaign, may be deleted in accordance with our deletion policy.

--Ssmith 01:09, 25 July 2006 (BST)