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Copyright © 2009-2019 SuperGuide. All rights reserved. Unless marked otherwise, all articles on the SuperGuide Website are subject to the copyright of SuperGuide, and SuperGuide holds the exclusive licence to use the articles published on the Website (including the SuperGuide Premium service).
“SuperGuide” and the SuperGuide logo are trademarked cannot be reproduced in any form without express and specific permission from SuperGuide.
The articles and related articles are provided by SuperGuide as part of the SuperGuide information service (including the SuperGuide Premium service), and cannot be reproduced in any form without express and specific permission from SuperGuide.
Scope of Copyright
All content, graphics, interfaces, photographs, trade marks, logos, and artwork (collectively ‘Materials’), including but not limited to the design, structure, selection, coordination, expression and arrangement of these Materials contained or used on the Website is either owned by or licensed to us, or is otherwise subject to third party intellectual property rights and protected by intellectual property rights. SuperGuide.com.au expressly reserves all rights, including but not limited to copyright, in these Materials.
Other than printing limited extracts of the Materials for your personal, non-commercial use, the Terms and Conditions of Use do not allow you to use any of our Materials. This includes the reproduction of the articles or documents, information or materials published on the website (including the SuperGuide Premium service), for free distribution or for the purposes of sale or for the use by any third party, modifying or copying the layout or appearance of the Website (including the SuperGuide Premium service) or decompiling, disassembling, reverse engineering or otherwise attempting to discover or access any source code related to the Website (including the SuperGuide Premium service). In particular, you are not permitted to republish, upload, transmit electronically or otherwise or distribute any of the materials, documents or products that may be available for download from time to time on this website.
In certain circumstances and on a case-by-case basis, SuperGuide may, in its absolute discretion and upon request, give written permission to use the Materials, including publishing a specific article.
Any unauthorised use of SuperGuide’s content may result in SuperGuide imposing a ‘use fee’ as a compensatory measure, a ‘licence fee’ for the use of the article, and the SuperGuide’s right to demand the immediate removal of the article from the offending website or other type of offending publication.
Licensing of articles, licensing fees, attribution and use fees
Licensing of articles: Where SuperGuide grants an express licence, a single article may be licensed on a non-exclusive, non-transferable basis (and without a right to sub-licence) for a fixed period of 12 months for an upfront fee of $5,500 (incl. GST) (or on any other terms SuperGuide considers appropriate in the specific circumstances). Updated versions of the licensed article may be licensed on the same terms for an additional fee of $2,200 (incl. GST) for an additional period of 12 month term.
To enquire about licensing an article, please contact us.
Attribution: Regardless of the type of licence agreements that may be agreed to, you must attribute an article (or any extract of an article) when republishing under the licensing agreements; for example:
Copyright SuperGuide. This article originally appeared on SuperGuide.com.au – an Australian website for simple superannuation and retirement planning information.
Use fee: SuperGuide reserves the right to take legal action or take any other action it deems appropriate, including seeking injunctive relief, where any article has been republished without the prior written consent of SuperGuide, including in breach of any licensing agreement entered into between you and SuperGuide. Unless otherwise determined by SuperGuide, at its absolute discretion and on a case-by-case basis, SuperGuide considers the equivalent of three times the regular annual licence fee as a genuine estimate of its losses for an unauthorised use of an article.