Copyright Notice from Jon and Sue Hacking – HackingFamily.com
What is Copyright?
The pictures and other content on this website are known as "intellectual property". In law, they are hardly different from other forms of property (such as your computer) as the creation of web content and images also requires personal skill, equipment, time and money. To take and distribute images without consent is a form of theft and is therefore illegal. These images are not royalty free and a fee is required for each specific usage. All of our images have been invisibly watermarked so that they can be identified if used without permission.
Other Web Pages
Unfortunately you may not use our images in your web pages. This could conflict with the interests of our many clients. If, for instance, a corporation buys one of our pictures for a specific purpose which conflicts with your website, then the corporation could take legal action against you. We have to say "no" in order to protect you and our clients. Thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Web Site Links
As an alternative to using the pictures on your website, why not create a link to this site? Please let us know if you decide to create a link and we'll look into linking back to your website.
Permission to purchase rights to use or reproduce our images may be obtained by contacting Jon and Sue Hacking - HackingFamily.com. All images found on this site have been invisibly watermarked so that they can be identified if used without permission. Permission for educational use will be granted without charge.
Copyright © Jon and Sue Hacking - HackingFamily.com. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of Jon and Sue Hacking - HackingFamily.com is prohibited. In the event that an infringement is discovered, you will be notified and invoiced the industry standard TRIPLE FEE for unauthorized usage and/or prosecuted for Copyright Infringement in U.S. Federal Court, where you will be subject to pay our court costs and attorneys' fees as well as a fine of US$100,000 statutory damages.
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