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Copyright notice – your rights to copy material from this website
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Copyright – Speech Pathology Australia logo
The official logo of Speech Pathology Australia is a registered trademark. The use of the official logo, and any part of it, is limited to Association business.
Consideration will be given to requests to use the Association logo on an approved website as a hot link to Speech Pathology Australia’s website (main page). Anyone wishing to use the Association's logo in such a manner will need to seek approval from the Chief Executive Officer. No other use of the logo is permissible unless formally approved in each instance and under specific agreements, as it may imply endorsement or an imprimatur given by the Association.
Non authorised use of the Association name or logo will be addressed in the first instance by a letter from the Chief Executive Officer. Legal action will be taken if required.
Copying material owned by the Speech Pathology Australia
Speech Pathology Australia owns the copyright for nearly all the material on this website. We generally own the copyright in website content that the Association has developed, and you may use that material subject to this copyright notice.
Unless otherwise indicated (in this copyright notice or in relation to particular material on this website) you may copy, distribute, display, download or print the material on this website for your own personal use, for non-commercial educational purposes or for non-commercial use within your organisation for business, provided that you attribute the Speech Pathology Australia.
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- charge others for access to the material;
- include the material in advertising or a product for sale; or
- alter the material;
unless a notice for that material provides otherwise.
Requests for permission and general queries about copyright should be directed to email@example.com or phone +61 3 9642 4899.
Copying material that does not belong to Speech Pathology Australia
This notice does not authorise you to copy material which is owned by someone other than the Association. Such material will usually be identified as being sourced from a third party or by its own copyright notice. If you are unsure who owns the copyright, please contact the Association.