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License

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  • Republish material from RollingNotes - News
  • Sell, rent or sub-license material from RollingNotes - News
  • Reproduce, duplicate or copy material from RollingNotes - News
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This Agreement shall begin on the date hereof. Our Terms and Conditions were created with the help of the Terms And Conditions Generator and the Privacy Policy Generator.

Parts of this website offer an opportunity for users to post and exchange opinions and information in certain areas of the website. RollingNotes does not filter, edit, publish or review Comments prior to their presence on the website. Comments do not reflect the views and opinions of RollingNotes,its agents and/or affiliates. Comments reflect the views and opinions of the person who post their views and opinions. To the extent permitted by applicable laws, RollingNotes shall not be liable for the Comments or for any liability, damages or expenses caused and/or suffered as a result of any use of and/or posting of and/or appearance of the Comments on this website.

RollingNotes reserves the right to monitor all Comments and to remove any Comments which can be considered inappropriate, offensive or causes breach of these Terms and Conditions.

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You hereby grant RollingNotes a non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, edit and authorize others to use, reproduce and edit any of your Comments in any and all forms, formats or media.

Hyperlinking to our Content

The following organizations may link to our Website without prior written approval:

  • Government agencies;
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  • News organizations;
  • Online directory distributors may link to our Website in the same manner as they hyperlink to the Websites of other listed businesses; and
  • System wide Accredited Businesses except soliciting non-profit organizations, charity shopping malls, and charity fundraising groups which may not hyperlink to our Web site.

These organizations may link to our home page, to publications or to other Website information so long as the link: (a) is not in any way deceptive; (b) does not falsely imply sponsorship, endorsement or approval of the linking party and its products and/or services; and (c) fits within the context of the linking party’s site.

We may consider and approve other link requests from the following types of organizations:

  • commonly-known consumer and/or business information sources;
  • dot.com community sites;
  • associations or other groups representing charities;
  • online directory distributors;
  • internet portals;
  • accounting, law and consulting firms; and
  • educational institutions and trade associations.

We will approve link requests from these organizations if we decide that: (a) the link would not make us look unfavorably to ourselves or to our accredited businesses; (b) the organization does not have any negative records with us; (c) the benefit to us from the visibility of the hyperlink compensates the absence of RollingNotes; and (d) the link is in the context of general resource information.

These organizations may link to our home page so long as the link: (a) is not in any way deceptive; (b) does not falsely imply sponsorship, endorsement or approval of the linking party and its products or services; and (c) fits within the context of the linking party’s site.

If you are one of the organizations listed in paragraph 2 above and are interested in linking to our website, you must inform us by sending an e-mail to RollingNotes. Please include your name, your organization name, contact information as well as the URL of your site, a list of any URLs from which you intend to link to our Website, and a list of the URLs on our site to which you would like to link. Wait 2-3 weeks for a response.

Approved organizations may hyperlink to our Website as follows:

  • By use of our corporate name; or
  • By use of the uniform resource locator being linked to; or
  • By use of any other description of our Website being linked to that makes sense within the context and format of content on the linking party’s site.

No use of RollingNotes's logo or other artwork will be allowed for linking absent a trademark license agreement.

iFrames

Without prior approval and written permission, you may not create frames around our Webpages that alter in any way the visual presentation or appearance of our Website.

Content Liability

We shall not be hold responsible for any content that appears on your Website. You agree to protect and defend us against all claims that is rising on your Website. No link(s) should appear on any Website that may be interpreted as libelous, obscene or criminal, or which infringes, otherwise violates, or advocates the infringement or other violation of, any third party rights.

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Reservation of Rights

We reserve the right to request that you remove all links or any particular link to our Website. You approve to immediately remove all links to our Website upon request. We also reserve the right to amen these terms and conditions and it’s linking policy at any time. By continuously linking to our Website, you agree to be bound to and follow these linking terms and conditions.

Removal of links from our website

If you find any link on our Website that is offensive for any reason, you are free to contact and inform us any moment. We will consider requests to remove links but we are not obligated to or so or to respond to you directly.

We do not ensure that the information on this website is correct, we do not warrant its completeness or accuracy; nor do we promise to ensure that the website remains available or that the material on the website is kept up to date.

Disclaimer

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, we exclude all representations, warranties and conditions relating to our website and the use of this website. Nothing in this disclaimer will:

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As long as the website and the information and services on the website are provided free of charge, we will not be liable for any loss or damage of any nature.

WE RUN ON RSS FEEDS

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RSS, which stands for Rich Site Summary (and is often thought to mean Real Simple Syndication), is a Web feed format that’s used to distribute and publish content online.

These feeds have been around as early as 1997, and are a great way for internet users to easily track their favorite online content. They create a personalized stream of live information, with published content from preferred news sources and websites all collected in one place. Better yet, RSS

RSS and ATOM feeds allow a minimalistic means of subscribing to the forum. Common implementations allow RSS feeds to list only the last few threads updated for the forum index and the last posts in a thread.

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All this, without ever having to remember a page or visit an actual website.

But convenient as they are, there’s a lot of uncertainty about the legal side of how RSS feeds work. These copyright concerns often lead to unwanted disputes and headaches for everyone involved, so to help avoid those, today we’re taking a closer look at RSS feeds and the rules surrounding their use.

What is RSS?

Back before RSS feeds, the only way users could keep track of updates across their favorite websites was by manually visiting them. It was a time of many bookmarked pages, and even more disappointed check-ups.

RSS feeds solved this issue by allowing websites to publish and automatically organize the distribution of content. Whether RSS sends content to a user’s email, feed reader software, or another device, this method allows people to better access what they want—and never miss a thing.

How RSS Feeds Work

If a website has an active RSS feed, when anything’s uploaded to it, that content is also published to a structured XML document. This includes everything from the article content, its attached summary, and relevant metadata like author, date published, and category.

Once an XML

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There are countless types of RSS reader software out there designed for both mobile devices and desktops. RSS feeds are also optional, and can be enabled or disabled on most platforms easily.

For reference: Here’s a short guide on how to enable an RSS feed on WordPress and on Magento.

RSS Copyright Rules

Sorry to say it, but like most things on the internet, RSS feeds have copyright laws attributed to them that many people don’t understand or even know exist. Still, online restrictions tend to be a constant grey area, and the misuse of RSS feeds happen quite often.

This is largely because there is no standard for the legality surrounding RSS and copyright online. Every nation has its own set of laws for internet publication and use, and most share the same virtual space. Unsurprisingly, this leads to a lot of mismatched practices and overstepped boundaries. Though, it’s worth noting that recent steps by Europe’s GDPR aim to standardize internet privacy rules across its countries.

But as it stands now, the internet and its RSS feeds are very difficult—if not almost impossible—to regulate.

Where Legal Violations Occur

As a basic rule of thumb, reusing anybody’s creation online is prohibited under copyright laws.

For example: When anything is written and published on the internet, those words are owned by somebody. Usually, either the writer themselves, or the publisher who pays the writer to create new content for their website. But as those words are copyrighted, when they’re published to an RSS feed they don’t suddenly become free reign for someone else to copy and republish elsewhere online.

Unless specific Permissions

Most current file systems have methods of assigning permissions or access rights to specific users and groups of users. These systems control the ability of the users to view or make changes to the contents of the filesystem.

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So, if content is posted to an RSS feed, that still means it can’t be legally republished. The fact that an article, or video, or any other form of media is easily and instantly available on an RSS feed doesn’t mean that its copyright is renounced.

But, despite these rules, you’ll still see illegally republished content from RSS feeds often enough.

How to Defend RSS Content

While it is in no way a requirement to include a copyright statement or any other reminder that RSS content is legally owned, it never hurts to include a mention in a feed.

People who think to republish content will be presented with a clear statement that it would be in violation of copyright law. This will help clear up confusion for those who don’t know better, or at the very least, act as a deterrent for those who do.

However, this isn’t an end-all defensive measure. People may still republish RSS content, and if that happens, all the original publisher can do is ask that the copied content be removed, send a claim to Google, or legally challenge them.

Software applications, like RSS Post Importer for WordPress, are also available to help users handle the management of their RSS content.

Main Benefits of Enabling RSS

While they are vulnerable to copyright violations (though not technically more so than web content published anywhere else), enabling an RSS feed is a fantastic way to make it easy for audiences to subscribe to a website’s content.

On the user’s end, they won’t have to remember what a website’s URL

A uniform resource locator, abbreviated URL, is a specific character string that constitutes a reference to a resource. In most web browsers, the URL of a web page is displayed on top inside an address bar.

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Essentially, this all means RSS feeds are a great way for websites to cultivate and sustain a following of loyal users. It also makes content much more shareable across social media platforms, potentially extending its reach to an even wider audience.

Conclusion

RSS feeds are wonderful for accessing everything a website has to offer, but they do have copyright rules that should be respected. When these rules are followed (which isn’t that difficult), users are free to indulge in RSS content as they please.

This also means that websites shouldn’t hesitate to make their own content available for RSS readers.

The benefits far outweigh the risks, with the only risks really being: As content becomes more widely consumed, it’s more likely to be unlawfully republished, and that rings true regardless of whether RSS is involved.

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