Educhiro Terms & Conditions
The following are terms and conditions and outlines licensing and agreements. By accepting the following you are agreeing to all of the conditions set out in this document.ACCEPTANCE OF TERMS.
Adjustment Productions provides you with access to a variety of resources including, professional DVD videos, practice development tools, download areas and product information (collectively "Materials"). The Materials, including any updates, enhancements, new features, and/or the addition of any new Web properties, are subject to the TOU.PERSONAL AND NON-COMMERCIAL USE LIMITATION.
Unless otherwise specified, all Adjustment Productions/EduChiro Materials are for your personal and non-commercial use. You may not modify, copy, distribute, transmit (including web streaming, your office website, You Tube, Yahoo, or any other associated sites) display, perform, reproduce, publish, license, create derivative works from, transfer, or sell any information, products or services obtained from the Materials. You may use outside of your office for any screening, lay lectures, public information talks for the promotion of chiropractic to your community. No unauthorized broadcasting in any format including websites, cable TV, commercials or any associated formats.PRIVACY AND PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION.
See the Privacy Statement disclosures relating to the collection and use of your information.NOTICE SPECIFIC TO MATERIALS AVAILABLE ON THIS WEB SITE FOR DOWNLOAD AND PURCHASE.
Any Materials that is made available to download and purchase from the web site is the copyrighted work of Adjustment Productions and/or its suppliers. Use of the Materials is governed by the terms of the end user license agreement ("License Agreement"). An end user will be unable to purchase any Materials from Adjustment Productions, unless he or she first agrees to the License Agreement terms.
The Materials are only available solely for use by end users at the registered purchase address according to the License Agreement. Any reproduction or redistribution of the Materials not in accordance with the License Agreement is expressly prohibited by law, and may result in severe civil and criminal penalties. Violators will be prosecuted to the maximum extent possible.
WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, COPYING OR REPRODUCTION OF THE MATERIALS TO ANY OTHER SERVER OR LOCATION FOR FURTHER REPRODUCTION OR REDISTRIBUTION IS EXPRESSLY PROHIBITED, UNLESS SUCH REPRODUCTION OR REDISTRIBUTION IS EXPRESSLY PERMITTED BY THE LICENSE AGREEMENT ACCOMPANYING SUCH MATERIALS.MEMBER REGISTRATION, PASSWORD AND SECURITY.
If Adjustment Productions web site prompts you to complete a registration or ordrer process, you must provide us with current, complete and accurate information as prompted by the applicable registration form. You also will choose a password and a user name. You are entirely responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of your password and account. Furthermore, you are entirely responsible for any and all activities that occur under your account. You agree to notify Adjustment Productions immediately of any unauthorized use of your account or any other breach of security. Adjustment Productions will not be liable for any loss that you may incur as a result of someone else using your password or account, either with or without your knowledge. However, you could be held liable for losses incurred by Adjustment Productions or another party due to someone else using your account or password. You may not use anyone else's account at any time, without the permission of the account holder.NO UNLAWFUL OR PROHIBITED USE.
As a condition of your use of the Materials, you will not use the Materials for any purpose that is unlawful or prohibited by these terms, conditions. You must abide by all of your laws governing and regulating chiropractic in your state, territory and country. Adjustment Productions will in know way be responsible for miss-use and/or miss-representation of Materials.LINKS TO THIRD PARTY SITES.
THE LINKS IN THIS AREA WILL LET YOU LEAVE ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS (EDUCHIRO) SITE. THE LINKED SITES ARE NOT UNDER THE CONTROL OF ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE CONTENTS OF ANY LINKED SITE OR ANY LINK CONTAINED IN A LINKED SITE, OR ANY CHANGES OR UPDATES TO SUCH SITES. ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTION IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR WEBCASTING OR ANY OTHER FORM OF TRANSMISSION RECEIVED FROM ANY LINKED SITE. ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS IS PROVIDING THESE LINKS TO YOU ONLY AS A CONVENIENCE, AND THE INCLUSION OF ANY LINK DOES NOT IMPLY ENDORSEMENT BY ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS OF THE SITE.UNSOLICITED IDEA SUBMISSION POLICY.
ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS OR ANY OF ITS EMPLOYEES DO NOT ACCEPT OR CONSIDER UNSOLICITED IDEAS, INCLUDING IDEAS FOR NEW ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS, NEW PROMOTIONS, NEW PRODUCTS OR TECHNOLOGIES, PROCESSES, MATERIALS, MARKETING PLANS OR NEW PRODUCT NAMES. PLEASE DO NOT SEND ANY ORIGINAL CREATIVE ARTWORK, SAMPLES, DEMOS, OR OTHER WORKS. THE SOLE PURPOSE OF THIS POLICY IS TO AVOID POTENTIAL MISUNDERSTANDINGS OR DISPUTES WHEN ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS PRODUCTS OR MARKETING STRATEGIES MIGHT SEEM SIMILAR TO IDEAS SUBMITTED TO ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS. SO, PLEASE DO NOT SEND YOUR UNSOLICITED IDEAS TO ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS OR ANYONE AT ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS. IF, DESPITE OUR REQUEST THAT YOU NOT SEND US YOUR IDEAS AND MATERIALS, YOU STILL SEND THEM, PLEASE UNDERSTAND THAT ADJUSTMENT PRODUCTIONS MAKES NO ASSURANCES THAT YOUR IDEAS AND MATERIALS WILL BE TREATED AS CONFIDENTIAL OR PROPRIETARY.COPYRIGHT NOTICE & FAQ.
© 2006-2009 Adjustment Productions PTY LTD. All rights reserved. The following is provided for informational purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice, contact a lawyer.What is copyright?
Copyright law protects original works, such as websites, books, music, paintings, photos and video. A work is "original" if it contains some elements you created and did not borrow from others. Typically, when you create an original work, you own the copyright. As the copyright owner, you can control how others use your work. For example, if you write a movie script, you have the right to, and can prevent others from, copying your script, sharing it with others ("distributing it"), making a movie or book from your script (a "derivative work"), or publicly performing your script as a play or movie. You also have the ability to sell or give away these rights. In other words, you could sell the right to make a movie based on your script to a movie studio.
If you use someone else's copyrighted materials without permission, that use generally violates the copyright owner's exclusive rights, and is copyright infringement. So if you create a new work and include parts of other people's works in it (such as an existing photo, lengthy quotes from a book or a loop from a song), you must own or have permission to use the elements you borrow. For example, if your script is based on an existing popular series, you should obtain permission to use the elements you borrow from the series.
Copyright law is different from the law of personal property. If you buy a physical object, such as a movie on DVD, you own the physical object. You do not, however, obtain ownership of the "copyrights" (the rights to make copies, distribute, make derivatives and publicly perform or display) in the content of the movie. The fact that you have obtained physical possession of a DVD does not automatically grant you the right to copy or share it.
If you make your own movie, it may include many copyrighted works in it. So, if you decide to make a movie based on your script, you must either create all elements of it on your own, or have permission to use the elements you borrow. Especially keep in mind that photos or artwork hanging on the walls of your sets and music on the soundtrack (even if you own the CD or MP3) may be copyrighted. You should not include copyrighted works such as these in your movie without authorization.
A few other things to keep in mind are:
- Just because a work does not include a copyright notice (e.g., © 2006 Adjustment Productions PTY LTD) does not mean the work is in the public domain. Copyright notices are generally not required for works to be protected by copyright
Determining the term of copyright can be complex, particularly because copyright laws vary from country to country. Also, even if the copyright on a work has expired, you should be careful about how you use a public domain work. For example, a book may be in the public domain, but it might not be ok to scan the book cover to cover and post it on the internet. This is because the particular version of the book may contain new copyrightable material that is not in the public domain, such as cover art or footnotes.What about fair use?
In limited situations, you can use copyrighted works without permission from the copyright holder. It can be difficult to figure out whether use of copyrighted works without permission is legal, though, because the laws in this area are often vague and vary from country to country. The copyright law in the United States has a doctrine called "fair use". Fair use provides a defense to copyright infringement in some circumstances. For example, fair use allows documentary filmmakers to use very short clips of copyrighted movies, music and news footage without permission from the copyright owner. Fair use is a difficult concept because determining whether something is a fair use involves weighing four factors. Unfortunately, weighing the fair use factors rarely results in a clear-cut answer.
Rather than applying a fair use test, many other countries have specific exceptions to copyright infringement. The number and type of exceptions vary by country, but they frequently allow copyrighted materials to be used without permission from the copyright holder for activities such as non-profit research, teaching, news reporting, or private study.
If you incorrectly decide that something is a fair use or falls into an exception to copyright infringement, you could be held criminally and civilly liable and have to pay damages. We suggest you talk to a lawyer if you have questions regarding fair uses of copyrighted works.