There are lots of content, images, and videos online which sometimes look like it is okay to copy them without doing anything illegal until a suit is filed or the content is taken down due to copyright issues. It is very important to note that most of the content available on the internet cannot be copied without proper prior notice or permission from the original author or copyright holder.
Copying content from one website with permission and posting it on another website violates the copyright of the owner, whether used offline or online.
Some websites put up disclaimers disallowing external sources to photocopy their pages without permission but allowing printing of them for personal use. Tons of websites do not allow photocopies of their pages. Let’s take a look at 10 such sites to stay clear of any infringement notice.
All images, audio, and content materials are licensed and not available for sale or photocopying for external use. Scoot reserves all the rights to its pages.
Books on Amazon are all licensed to the original authors, and no parts of the copies can be made for external use.
Just like Scoot. co, it reserves all the rights to its images and pages. Permission would have to be granted for any of it to be used by external sources.
This website allows visitors to copy just a limited number of extracts from its pages for study and personal purposes only. No other type of copy can be made for commercial research or posting.
National Business Review NBR
All contents of the NBR website are not allowed to be reproduced in any form without proper notice to the copyright owner. Printing of the pages of the NBR website is solely for personal use and must not be shared publicly without permission.
Third parties and other types of external sources are not permitted to copy or modify the work of Justia without permission. Access to the services of Justia can only be done through the interface provided by the company and nothing else.
All content, ranging from graphics, characters, designs, brand identities, and so on, is protected as intellectual property and used only by Hershey. These intellectual properties are not available to be copied or reproduced in any form, except when required for non-commercial purposes only. Violation of the copyright laws by copying the contents of Hershey without permission can lead to a criminal suit.
The website grants permission for personal use and viewing only, but they do not permit copying or modifying their pages. The website is entitled to remove any post of its content that does not comply with its rules of copying.
This website does not allow or permit the use of its pages by third parties. Its reviews, images, and profile information are not available to copy as they are linked to copyright, and violations of this may lead to copyright infringement cases.
Just as it is with all the websites on this list, Direct Gov allows printing of its pages and content on paper but does not allow photocopy. The websites reserves all rights to pull down pages photocopied for external use and also report such activities.