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JILT - Copyright Statement

Except as otherwise noted copyright in all contributions remains with the authors.

The Journal of Information, Law and Technology (JILT) holds exclusive rights in respect of electronic publication and dissemination. The Journal may not be posted or in anyway mirrored on the WWW or any other part of the Internet except at the official publication sites at the Universities of Warwick and Strathclyde.

Subject to this permission is granted to download articles for off-line reading subject to the following conditions:

  • If printed and passed on, no charge is made for the copy.
  • The authors name and place of publication and any copyright notice remain attached to any copies.

Permission to download articles for educational purposes is granted subject to the following condition:

Downloaded articles may be stored electronically on disk as long as no charge is made for access, access is limited to a known group of users within the educational establishment and the journal is notified of any such use.

Please contact the journal if you are in any doubt as to what this statement of use covers.

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