Last updated: (May 25, 2018)
Your access to and use of GlobalAtlanta.com (the website) is conditioned on your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms. These Terms apply to all visitors, users, account administrators and others who access the website or use any of our digital services.
The website and all original content including images, logos, graphics, articles are the sole property of Global Atlanta unless otherwise denoted or credited. As such, all content is fully protected by the appropriate international copyright and other intellectual property rights laws.
The “Global Atlanta” brand and logo are trademarked. Don’t use either without consulting us.
Global Atlanta reserves the right to terminate any user’s access to the website, without any advance notice.
The website does contain a number of links to other websites and online resources that are not owned or controlled by Global Atlanta.
Using Our Content
Global Atlanta welcomes outside web links to our articles, but we guard very closely against any instance of copying and pasting our originally produced articles onto outside sites. Posting short snippets is acceptable, but here’s how to do it the right way. What to do if you want to…
- Link your web page to our site: Just do it. No problems here.
- Quote a sentence or passage from a story, or aggregate our content as part of a larger news digest: Please encapsulate the Global Atlanta-produced passage in quotation marks or in an easily identifiable block quote, then provide a clear citation of the Global Atlanta news service and a hyperlink back to the original story. We understand fair use and we want to be part of the conversation, but we also want to ensure that the benefit comes back to us for the stories we’ve spent our resources and effort to produce. Plus — it’s just right to give credit where credit is due.
- Print an article or use a full article in an outside publication: Are you printing just so that you don’t have to stare at a screen to read it? Then go for it, using the built-in print button on our site. But if you want to post this article on your office wall or republish it in your company newsletter, contact us for permission beforehand. Chances are that we can work out an agreement, and if you’re using the story for public relations purposes, it’ll be better to get a reprint that includes our original formatting and images.
If you have any questions about this Agreement, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.