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Hello Tom, *,
On Montag, 26. August 2013 13:00 Tom Davies wrote:
Are there potential copyright issues with using their stuff?  Any
idea what licensing they use?  It's possible they might use a
fairly permissive license but it might be good to know if we are
walking into a trap with this. Regards from Tom :)

I think, it is only allowed to use it for your personal use (see
us/legal/intellectualproperty/copyright/default.aspx#O3). And below
us/legal/intellectualproperty/copyright/default.aspx#O10, you will 
By way of example, and not as a limitation, you agree that when 
using the Communication Services, you will not:
* Use any material or information, including images or photographs, 
which are made available through the Services in any manner that 
infringes any copyright, trademark, patent, trade secret, or other 
proprietary right of any party.
. There they link to
us/legal/IntellectualProperty/Permissions/Default.aspx (found at the 
bottom of the page at the link "Terms of use", which links to ... ;) ). But I am not a 
lawyer (and my "legal English" is really bad ... :( ), so I might be 
wrong here ... ;)
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