All reproductions of materials provided by SRLF Imaging Services must fall under allowances provided by Section 107 (Fair Use) and Section 108 (Library and Archives Exceptions) of the United States Copyright Act.
Patrons may not publish, post to the Internet, or otherwise distribute copies of any holdings that fall under U.S. Copyright law without appropriate permission. Provision of copies of materials does not in any way imply permission to utilize materials for reasons other than personal research and scholarly use.
If an intended use will extend beyond personal research purposes and a patron wishes to publish or distribute copies of materials, please note the following:
- The Library does not grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute material whose copyright it does not hold or material deemed to be in the public domain.
- Patrons must clear any intellectual property (copyright, trademark, patent), privacy, and publicity rights in the material prior to publication or distribution.
- Patrons must pay applicable licensing fees for the use of material when its copyright is held by the University of California Regents, in addition to any duplication costs.