Our use of Copyrighted Material

New sources of news are always welcome

We do not write the news and we do not take credit for the news information presented.  Some of the information provided on this site might be copyrighted by each of the lawful owners throughout the world.  The copyrighted material linked from this site is the most reliable information available, from around the world. We have tried to provide a small showcase of links to and unique material from absolutely the world's best writers and news teams.

We have no interest or intent in knowingly violating any international copyright laws.  We respect the rights of the individual authors and organizations around the world that put their money and labor into writing the material. 

We base our web site news reporting on the United States Fair Use Provision of the Copyright Act - The Statutory Decree:  17 U.S.C. § 107 (1988 ed. and Supp. IV):  

News reporting is not an infringement of copyright.

Here are two examples:


In the example above notice that the source is AP. The second source is Kiplinger (in bold). Kiplinger does not even care to mention the main source. They say the source is : General Financial/ Business News. Here is another example:

Please note that all News Reporting sources such as Washington Post, Fox News, and including us copy from Reuters and other sources. Here is an example on this link.

So remember:

The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. 

For more information on Fair Use, go to:

Stanford University Libraries: Copyright & Fair Use

However, even if we think we are ok using your news material...and you don't think it is ok... We still like happy authors!

If an author or news source wants us to completely eliminate or drop a link to a particular article, we will be happy to delete and/or drop the link immediately. 

Send the request and the link you want removed to: Email

On many "big news" days the same article may appear in different newspapers around a country.  We try to vary the sources.  We leave out many duplicate articles unless it appears to be the main interest of the day and then we might give varying views from around the world.  At times we find older news articles that are interesting.  We don't like the idea of publishing old news, but the world is very big and it's exciting when we locate information from unique world sources.  The date of original web publication is added to the by-line. 

After a period of time that varies around the world, link decay starts, and the links do not work.  This is normal.  Based on this fact, trying not to point to a Page Not Found..... we have decided to present the link (http://............) and not make it active. Here is an example of Reuters doing the same: http://www.reuters.com/financeNewsArticle.jhtml?type=bondsNews&storyID=4053243

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