|W3Schools||"Fair use defines Refsnes Data as' exceptions to the rights protected by copyright laws.</p> <p>Fair use of W3Schools includes using copyrighted material:</p> <ul> <li>In research</li> <li>In news reporting</li> <li>In citations</li> <li>In commentary</li> </ul> <p>Fair use of W3Schools also includes: </p> <ul> <li>Linking to W3Schools </li> <li>Adding W3Schools to search engines</li> <li>Library archiving W3Schools</li> </ul> Using W3Schools in Teaching <p>Fair use includes using copyrighted material in teaching under this balancing:</p> Favorable Use: <ul> <li>Copying examples and code snippets for non-profit teaching and research.</li> <li>Copying small quantities, appropriate for classroom teaching.</li> </ul> Not Favorable Use: <ul> <li>Copying for profitable or commercial use.</li> <li>Massive or verbatim copying.</li> <li>Copying large quantities."||approved||Dr_Jeff ToS;DR|
|Ali Reza Hayati's Personal Page||You are allowed to quote their content with attribution||approved||tough|
|Internet Archive||"In addition, we request that, according to standard academic practice, if you use the Archive's Collections for any research that results in an article, a book, or other publication, you list the Archive as a resource in your bibliography."||approved||PinkDev1|
|ToS;DR||"ToS;DR's data and software is also open to the public."||declined||ArloJamesBarnes Curator|
|Prezi||"<b>If you embed a presentation authored by Prezi within a third-party website or service – including but not limited to embedding a Prezi-authored presentation at your own website – you agree to attribute that presentation to Prezi as follows: </b> </p> <p> <b>made by [creator]</b> </p> <p> <b>© Prezi [year]</b> </p> <p> <b>learn more at prezi.com"||approved||Dr_Jeff ToS;DR|
Does this apply to "All rights reserved. During any use of the content, a hyperlink to the site is mandatory."?