Copyright and Right to Quote
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As a new educational project that intends to compose the first universal literary atlas, WLA refers to the Universal Right to Quote to accommodate citations and excerpts from texts that refer to various places of the world, besides the subsequent analysis, contextualization and commentary thereof. These citations and excerpts must be relevant and have a length provided to meet their educational goal without infringing copyright. It is mandatory to mention the author’s name and the source of the work
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Notice of Liability
In accordance with what has been laid down in the aforementioned points (“Copyright and right to quote”, “Image Copyrights” and “Content Validity”), in no case shall any of the authors, contributors, sponsors, managers, system operators, sponsors, or any other person related to World Literary Atlas be liable for the content posted by the users that violates the intellectual property rights. Furthermore, they shall not be liable for the errors or inaccuracies present in its content or the negative comments, libels or slurs expressed by the users for other persons, places or organizations from its pages. As an open and collaborative page, WLA is always open to the possibility of deleting the content that is not in conformity with the law or the basic standards of truth or decency.
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