How to Obtain Rights & Permissions to use Gia On The Move content
In general, all Gia On The Move content is copyright.
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, distributed, or transmitted in any form or by any means, including photocopying, recording, or other electronic or mechanical methods, without the prior written permission of the publisher, except in the case of brief quotations embodied in critical reviews and certain other noncommercial uses permitted by copyright law. For permission requests, write to the publisher, addressed “Attention: Permissions Coordinator”.
Reprint requests instructions and contact infomation.
Use of Gia On The Move content, can be found in Frequently Asked Questions regarding permission to license content and information regarding linking to giaonthemove.com:
To request permission to use Gia On The Move content, email your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following summarizes customary permission requests:
To use article text with or without accompanying photos or graphic elements (charts, maps, etc.): Submit your request to email@example.com. Be sure to include all of the necessary information about the article, including the URL and the headline, author and date published. Provide a description of how you would like to re-purpose the content. That is, how many copies you’d like to distribute, to whom, for what purpose, and in what format – print, electronic (please include URL or number of e-mail recipients), display use, etc. If you plan to use the content for broadcast, please include title of program, synopsis and the rights you need to clear.
1. Is permission required to use Gia On The Move content?
Yes. Permission must always be obtained when using Gia On The Move content (text, pages, graphics, photos, etc.).
Please be aware that when articles or photographs are attributed to another source, not the Gia On The Move (Associated Press, Reuters, Getty, etc.), permission must be obtained from the source attributed. You will need to contact them directly to obtain the appropriate permission.
2. May I use quotes from an article?
We do allow quotes to be used if the use does not alter the original context of the article. In the case of critical reviews (theater, food, fashion, or other content specified as a review), a short pull quote can accompany the original URL of the article. We do not allow editing of Gia On The Move content. It is always best to submit a request for authorization. Submit your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. How do I obtain permission to use a screenshot of any giaonthemove.com page or any Gia On The Move editorial content for use in a book, publication or broadcast programs.
Submit your request to email@example.com.
4. Do I need permission to link to giaonthemove.com?
You can link directly to giaonthemove.com without obtaining permission. If you intend on sharing the text or photo from an article with a link back to giaonmove.com, permission must be obtained. Submit your request to giaonthemove.com.
5. Do I need permission to email an article or share on social media?
The share feature that appears on article pages allows you to distribute a link back to the article by email. You may also share through the social media buttons provided (Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Reddit, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Pocket or any other social media service not listed here) for various platforms. The use of these features are limited to “personal use” only and cannot be used for any other purpose. If you would like to email an article to more than 15 recipients, you must request permission as described above.
What is “personal use”?
Personal use includes keeping a copy of an article for your personal reference or giving copies to 15 recipients for their personal reference. It does not include using it in your professional portfolio, posting it to a website, posting on social media or making multiple copies for distribution.
6. If your questions regarding rights and permissions were not answered here, email your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.