Copyright policy

IMPORTANT: If you believe that your copyright rights have been infringed, please let me know as soon as possible at this email address: jeremy@jeremywang.org. Include a brief description of the content that you believe was used in an unauthorized fashion, and a link to the page where the content was found. Thanks, Jeremy.

Usage of my content

After September 6, 2015

All content on this site (JeremyWang.org) created by Jeremy Wang and released after September 6, 2015 is copyright, all rights reserved. All such content is protected to the fullest extent permissible by applicable law, and may not be reused in any way, shape, or form without written permission by the creator.

Work, both articles and images, that I reblog from other sources, is subject to the copyright policies of those sources. Please go to the original source to find out their copyright policy. Contact me if you have any questions.

Before September 6, 2015

Creative Commons License

Most content on this site (JeremyWang.org) by Jeremy Wang and released before September 6, 2015 is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License, subject to the following exclusions.

Work, both articles and images, that I reblog from other sources, is subject to the copyright policies of those sources. Please go to the original source to find out their copyright policy. Contact me if you have any questions.

Photos and videos on this site that are my personal work are not released under any license, unless specifically otherwise stated. They remain under copyright protection, all rights reserved.

Usage of other content

Work, both articles and images, that I reblog from other sources, is subject to the copyright policies of those sources. To the best of my knowledge, I have complied fully with applicable law and/or the copyright policies of sources from which I have reblogged intellectual property. Contact me if you have any questions.

It is believed that simply including a link to and a brief summary of other publicly viewable pages on the Web for noncommercial personal research and critical commentary qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

It is believed that the use of low resolution (below 1024px on the longest side) photos that are publicly available on the Web for which there are no reasonable freely usable alternatives for noncommercial personal research and critical commentary qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.

It is believed that embedding of publicly viewable, shareable, and embeddable videos on Youtube and like platforms for noncommercial personal research and critical commentary qualifies as fair use under United States copyright law.


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