What You Should Know About Our General Policies | Beginner Users Guideline
Our General Policies all all-inclusive terms for Pages, Groups, and Events that every web user or publisher should know about first. The following terms, as well as our Data Policy, Community Standards, and Terms of Service, apply to all creators and administrators of Pages, Groups, and Events on our website.
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Meaning, by all means, you’re responsible for ensuring that your User Page, Group, or Event complies with all applicable laws, statutes, and regulations. Thus, we are pleased to license much of the documentation on jmexclusives as stated herein. Under terms that explicitly encourage people to take, modify, reuse, re-purpose, and remix our work as they see fit.
By all means, you will find the following notices at the bottom of many pages on our website alike. Not to mention, most of them are not mandatory, but it’s important that you (our web user) read and understand them fully.
Consider the following:
Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. For details, see more Site Policies according to Google webmasters. When you see a page with this notice you are free to use nearly everything on the page in your own creations.
For example, you could quote the text in a book, cut-and-paste sections to your blog, record it as an audiobook for the visually impaired, or even translate it into Swahili. Really. That’s what open content licenses are all about.
We just ask that you give us attribution when you reuse our work. You may also find the other user-oriented notice on the bottom of some pages (so not on all web pages).
Consider the following:
Except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License too.
When you see this notice, you are free to use the content, and in addition, you are free to use the computer source code that appears in the content (such as in examples) in the code of your own projects.
What is ‘Licensed’ Under the jmexclusives General Policies?
Well, we say “nearly everything” on our website is licensed as there are a few simple conditions & general policies that apply. But, this license does not include jmexclusives trademarks and other brand features. Please see the standard guidelines for third-party use of Google brand features for information about this usage.
In some cases, a page may include content consisting of images, audio or video material, or a link to content on a different webpage (such as videos or slide decks). Specifically, unless noted, the license does not cover such content. But, what about attribution?
Well, in this case, proper attribution is required. Like when reusing or creating modified versions of content. More so, that appear on a page made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution license. The complete requirements for attribution can be found in section 3 of the Creative Commons legal code.
In practice, we ask that you provide attribution to jmexclusives to the best of the ability of the medium in which you are producing the work. Not forgetting, there are several typical ways in which this might apply. And, as such, you can consider the following:
If your online work exactly reproduces text or images from this site, in whole or in part, please include a paragraph at the bottom of your page that reads:
Portions of this page are reproduced from work created and shared by jmexclusives and used according to terms described in the Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution License.
Also, please link back to the original source page so that readers can refer to it for more information.
If your online work shows modified text or images based on the content from this site, please include a paragraph at the bottom of your page that reads:
Again, please link back to the original source page so that readers can refer to it for more information. This is even more important for the modified content.
If you produce non-hypertext works, such as books, audio, or video, we ask that you make the best effort. Meaning, you’ll need to include a spoken or written attribution in the spirit of the messages above.
All in all, except as otherwise noted, the content of this page is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License in general. At the same time, the samples are licensed under the Apache 2.0 License. For details, see the Google Developers Site Policies. After all, Java is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates.
Likewise, the lead SEO webmasters or key content creators must also not inaccurately tag content or encourage users to inaccurately tag content. Neither will they incentivize people to underuse, or otherwise, misuse our website features or functionality.
Published Content General Policies
All Web Pages, Groups, and Custom Events must not promote unlikely terms. May it be products, services, schemes, or offers. More so, using deceptive or misleading business practices. Including those intended to scam people out of money or personal information. They must not impersonate or falsely represent a brand, entity, or public figure.
What about an expression of support. Like for or interest in a brand, entity, or public figure? In that case, it must make everything clear. Especially, in the name or description, which is not an official representation.
Equally important, must not promote online gambling, or gaming where anything of monetary value (including digital currencies). Or rather, anything that requires play. As well as anything of monetary value like prizes. More so, without our prior written permission.
Notably, there are many common types of gambling or gaming activities that may require clear user consent or permission. Including but not limited to betting, lotteries, raffles, casino, fantasy sports, bingo, poker, skill game tournaments, and sweepstakes.
Our General Policies state that webmasters must not promote drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers. More so, if not well scrutinized or approved. Particularly, if they are misleading, engaging in practices that are harmful to patients, or otherwise violating applicable laws.
Finally, they all must comply with the Developer Policies, Contribute Guides, and Platform Terms of fair use. With that in mind, it’s our hope that the above guideline is useful to you all. But, if you’ll need more support, you can Contact Us and let us know how we can help you.