Copyright and Re-use
Except where otherwise specified, all material on this site is copyrighted by Pregnant Pause.
You may copy and use this material subject to the conditions spelled out below.
Some of the material on this site is copyrighted by other people
or organizations and is used here by permission. In no case do we have the authority to "pass along" this permission to others.
If you wish to re-use any of this "third party" material, please contact the original
This site includes a number of graphics from Corel clip-arts collections -- Corel 3 and Corel Gallery Magic 65,000 -- used under the normal license that is part of such clip art collections. Per their license agreement on the latter, we include the following statement:
This product/publication includes images from Corel GalleryTM Magic 65,000 which are protected by the copyright laws of the U.S., Canada, and elsewhere. Used under license.
We also have clipart that is derivative from the above collection.
If you wish to include a document or excerpt in a printed communication, such as a pamphlet, newsletter, or book, please contact us for permission. In general, we will give permission to reprint any of our material free of charge to any pro-life organization or publication. We would appreciate a copy of the publication for our files.
- Download it to your computer and store it in memory or on a permanent storage device (such as a hard drive) for personal or small group use.
- Print it for personal or small group use.
- Create hypertext links to it from other HTML, PDF, or other electronic
documents with hyperlink capabilities.
- Copy a document to another site on the Internet, provided
-- and --
- You include the entire document, or
- If you include an excerpt, you credit us as the source, preferably
including our URL or e-mail address.
- You do not quote us out of context or otherwise misrepresent what we
- Use short quotes derived from our material in any
electronic, printed, or other communication, provided that we are properly
credited as the source.
You may not:
As the present writer understands copyright law, you may freely extract information from us (or any other source) without receiving permission or giving credit, providing that you put the information into your own words and do not use exact quotes. We definately do not recommend taking someone else's work, making minor word changes line by line, and then claiming it as your own. Even if this is not illegal, it is surely unethical. But you can take a few facts and use them in your own material.
Of course if you are writing a paper for school or a scholarly journal, you will be expected to
sources for all information.
(This paragraph is not intended to constitute legal advice. I am not a lawyer.)
- Publish any of our material in a printed form
(as opposed to distributing by the Internet)
without our express permission.
- Redistribute our material with changes, modifications, or additions
made in any manner which makes it unclear what was in the original document and
what you modified.
Posted 3 Sep 2000.
Copyright 2000 by Pregnant Pause