Q. Can I use copyrighted materials if I provide full acknowledgement?


Unfortunately, acknowledging the work alone does not suffice. A full acknowledgement does not constitute permission or consent from the copyright owner. You will still need to obtain permission to use the copyrighted work by contacting the copyright owner.


  • Last Updated Mar 18, 2019
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