Restrictions on using HELIOS
Carnegie Mellon University Libraries control the rights to reproduce and disseminate all digitized materials in the H. John Heinz III Archives. Separate written application for permission to publish must be made to the H. John Heinz III Archives. Researchers who plan eventual publication of their work should make inquiry concerning overall restrictions on publication before beginning their research.
- DOWNLOADING: Material may be downloaded for individual, personal reference only, in accordance with copyright laws and the rights of the publisher under those copyright laws.
- COPYRIGHT PERMISSION: Researchers making use of electronic material from the H. John Heinz III Archives are reminded of the existence of libel laws and of the need for due regard for property rights, literary rights and, when applicable, for copyright. Although Carnegie Mellon University retains the copyright to much of the Heinz Congressional Papers, the university does not assume any responsibilty for infringement of copyright in the material held by others. Permission to publish from unpublished documents or from published works under copyright must be obtained from the holder of the copyright.
- RE-TRANSMISSION: Material from this database may not be electronically transferred to another individual or organization, deposited at another institution, or reduplicated without prior permission of the University Libraries.
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Created January 25, 1998 -- http://diva.library.cmu.edu/HELIOS/Restrictions.html
Julia Corrin, Head of Archives/Digital Library Initiatives
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