Friday, April 13, 2007

JSTOR Acceptable Use

Please review the Terms and Conditions of Use for JSTOR.

Note in particular the following prohibited uses of JSTOR files (emphasis ours)

"Prohibited Uses. You may not: (a) use the JSTOR Archive, or use, display, reproduce, or distribute Content from JSTOR for fee-for-service or fee-for-Content use of JSTOR, course-packs or electronic reserves (but see Section 10, herein), or make any use, display, performance, reproduction, or distribution that exceeds or violates these Terms and Conditions of Use; (b) distribute and/or make available Content in JSTOR to persons other than as expressly permitted herein; (c) provide and/or authorize access to the JSTOR Archive or to Publisher Sales Service Content (described in section 6 herein), such as through the sharing of passwords, to persons or entities other than Authorized Users; (d) download or print, or attempt to download or print, substantial portions of the entire run of a journal; (e) use Content in JSTOR to stock or replace library print holdings; (f) incorporate Content into print or electronic materials that are for purchase or are disseminated for commercial purposes (such as by a scholarly or commercial press); (g) use (including reproduce, distribute, perform, or display) JSTOR or its Content in any way that is not authorized under this Agreement and that infringes another's intellectual property rights therein; (h) make any adaptation or modification of, or any derivative work from, Content; or (i) attempt to override, circumvent, or disable any encryption features or software protections employed in JSTOR."

Thanks for your cooperation

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