Rights & Permissions

© is the copyright symbol in a copyright notice

© is the copyright symbol in a copyright notice (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

With the obvious exceptions of reblogged posts, all of the writing and opining on this site are the original cerebral cortex (core-text) eructations and mental bottle rockets (that is, the intellectual property) of Margaret J. Langstaff and fully protected by the International Copyright Law of 1976.

To wit:

 All contents: (C) Copyright 2012, 2013 Margaret Langstaff, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  Nothing on this site may be reproduced in any form or in any media without the express written permission of Margaret Langstaff, EXCEPT:

Fair Use is cool.

Reblogging is (super) cool.

Links are cool, encouraged and reciprocated with alacrity.

Copy & paste without attribution is not cool and the copyright bots will find such skullduggery and then … send in the drones.

English: Drone flies, Eristalis tenax, mating ...

English: Drone flies, Eristalis tenax, mating on a daisy. Specimens are approx 14mm in length. Taken in Melbourne, Australia in April 2007. Français : Des éristales gluantes s’accouplant sur une marguerite. Les spécimen font environ 14mm de longueur. Melbourne, Australie. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

You’ll never see them coming.

margaret@margaretlangstaffeditorial.com.com

Cheers!

2 Responses to Rights & Permissions

  1. Using reblogging permission, I’ve linked your blog on Hunting the Deceitful Turkey to a series I’m doing on American Writers and theri gumbo choices. https://thegumbodiaries.wordpress.com/?p=2769
    If this isn’t within your permission scope, please let me know. Thank you.

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