What is copyright?
Copyright is a type of legal protection for people who produce things like writing, images, music and films. It is a legal right to prevent others from doing certain things to their work (such as copying or posting on a website) without permission.
In most cases, copyright expires after a certain number of years and the work enters into the public domain, meaning that it can be copied freely by members of the public without permission.
Your use of Tenpoundpom.com
This website contains material which is owned by or licensed to us and is therefore subject to copyright and other intellectual property rights under law. This material includes, but is not limited to, the content, design, layout, look, appearance and graphics. It is provided to you for your information and personal use only.
You may use Tenpoundpom.com solely for your information and personal, non commercial use. Without the written permission of Tenpoundpom.com you may not copy, reproduce, store in a retrieval system, communicate or transmit any part of this website in any form or by any means, except as permitted by law.
Tenpoundpom.com reserves its rights to Part VB and section 183 entitlements. For information about Part VB (educational use) and section 183 (government use) visit www.copyright.com.au and www.copyright.org.au.
Our objective is to create an educational website full of interesting, informative and diverse content... but we also respect intellectual property and the rights of copyright owners.
You may be infringing copyright on Tenpoundpom.com if you post somebody else's writing, images, photos, or audio-visual material and:
- you have not acquired permission from the copyright owner to do so; and
- the material is not yet in the public domain.
Think carefully before you copy and post other peoples' work. Only use your own material, unless you have a licence or permission or you are sure that it is no longer in copyright. Ask a legal advisor if you are unsure.
Copyright infringement can lead to termination of your account. Worse still, you could be sued by the copyright owner.
Reporting copyright infringement
Contact us if you wish to report a copyright infringement and we will send you a copyright infringement form.
This matter will be taken seriously so please do not make false claims. Repeat infringers will have their account terminated.
Only report an infringement if you are the copyright owner (or the authorised agent of the copyright owner). If you believe that someone else's copyright has been infringed, please advise the rights owner directly so that they can report the infringement themselves.
We will evaluate your report as quickly as possible and, if everything appears to be in order, remove the content which you believe is infringing. We will notify the person whom you believe has infringed and, with your consent, forward him/her the relevant details provided in your copyright infringement form. This person may then submit a counter notification form if he or she disputes the infringement.
Fill out and submit the counter-notification form we will send you if you are concerned about the removal of your content or if you dispute a copyright infringement notice that has been issued to you.
We will evaluate your counter-notification form as quickly as possible and, if everything appears to be in order, forward the relevant details to the person who initially reported the infringement.
Your content will be restored if the rights owner does not take any further action against you within 10 business days of receiving the copy of your counter-notice.