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Violation of Re-use Terms
Sometimes some people will say that "copyright" is debatable. Any topic under the sun is debatable, but no amount of debating is going to change the cold, hard facts of what the law says.
Under terms of international copyright treaties and laws, all original work is deemed to have copyright in it inherently. Copyright is an innate trait; not something that is stamped on. Presence of the © Copyright symbol is merely a courtesy reminder. All material present on CooksInfo.com is copyright; none of it is public domain.
There may be those who do not respect our Intellectual Property. Consequently, CooksInfo.com uses automated agents which regularly query search engines for unauthorized use of our material, whether written or graphic.
We will pursue legal re-course against those who violate our copyright. If the violation is an electronic one on the Internet, we will also formally request your Online Service Provider, under provisions of the Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation Act (DMCA 512, aka the DMCA Takedown Provisions, 1998), to take action against your violation on our behalf.
- Canadian Intellectual Property Office
- The UCLA Online Institute for Cyberspace Law and Policy
- U.K. Intellectual Property Office
- U.S. Copyright Office
- VIPO (Virtual Intellectual Property Organization)
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