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Fair Use Guide

If you are interested in linking, quoting, or reprinting articles from www.techdeskblog.com in whole or in part, please do read our copyright policy:

You are not allowed to plagiarize our content and/or translate our articles on your site. You can reference us on your own blogs or sites as long as you give us full credit.

Linking to TechDeskBlog.com
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Reprint Permission

If you are interested in reprinting any of the content www.techdeskdlog.com on your website, weblog, or in your publication, please contact us with your request.

Articles from techdeskblog.com can be reprinted only after permission. In most cases, I would expect to be paid for this. You may not republish an entire techdeskblog.com post without approval.

For Print media

You must print the full Internet address of the article with your story. Since some web addresses can be long, you may use bit.ly to shorten the URLs before publication.

Copyright Violation and Misuse

We take plagiarism very seriously.

If we discover a website or blog republishing our RSS feeds or website content illegally, we will file a formal DMCA complaint with their advertising partners (like Google AdSense) and the abuse department of their web hosting company.