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English language students, teachers, and friends,

Thank you for continuing to support Fun Easy English. Without getting into all of the usual legal jargon, the following is the Fun Easy English common sense copyright rules.
  • Information and lessons contained on the Fun Easy English site MAY be used in your classrooms and for your personal use.
  • Information and lessons contained on the Fun Easy English site MAY NOT be used as content to write a book or as the basis of your blog or website. Basically this means do not use Fun Easy English content to make money.
  • Information and lessons contained on the Fun Easy English site MAY be used in your written materials and on your blog or website as long as the appropriate credit is made. This means citing the Fun Easy English site and, in the case of blogs and websites, linking to the page where you obtained the Fun Easy English content.
  • Information and lessons contained on the Fun Easy English site MAY be used in your written materials and on your blog or website subject to the limitations of the copyright holder for all content obtained from third party sources. Some of the content on the Fun Easy English site was obtained from public domain sources. These sources and links to same will be shown on Fun Easy English pages when appropriate. The copyright information for these sources is listed on this page.
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Library of Congress

About Copyright and the Collections

Whenever possible, we provide information that we have about copyright owners and related matters in the catalog records, finding aids and other texts that accompany collections. However, the information we have may not be accurate or complete. As a publicly supported institution, we generally do not own the rights to materials in our collections. You should determine for yourself whether or not an item is protected by copyright or in the public domain, and then satisfy any copyright or use restrictions when publishing or distributing materials from our collections. Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond what is allowed by fair use or other exemptions requires written permission from the copyright holder.

We do not charge permission fees for using any materials, and generally do not grant or deny permission to publish or otherwise distribute them. We do request that anyone linking to our websites present the link in a manner that does not imply that we are making an express or implied endorsement of any good or service provided, and that the link clearly indicates that the user is leaving one site and going to another.

Items created by Library of Congress employees in the scope of their employment are U.S. Government works not subject to copyright in the United States (17 U.S.C. §105). Unless otherwise indicated on this site, the Library of Congress has no objection to the international use and reuse of Library U.S. Government works on loc.gov. These works are also available for worldwide use and reuse under CC0 1.0 Universal.

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Information presented on this WWW site is considered public information and may be distributed or copied. Use of appropriate byline/photo/image credit is requested. Some of the images on USCIS.gov have been licensed for use by USCIS on a non-exclusive and non-transferable basis. All other rights to these images, including without limitation and copyright, are retained by the owner of the images. They are not in the public domain and should not be used except as they appear as part of this website. If you are interested in using one of these images, please contact the USCIS Web Unit.

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Voice of America

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3. "Voice of America" and "voanews.com" are trademarks which may not be used for commercial purposes without express permission. However, you may use a thumbnail graphic of the voanews.com logo if you wish to create a link to the voanews.com website on your own page. Should you wish to establish a link, please send your request to voanews@voanews.com.

Source: Voice of America
Source: Voice of America
 
Voice of America

Requesting usage of VOA Learning English content

Learning English texts, MP3s and videos are in the public domain. You are allowed to reprint them for educational and commercial purposes, with credit to learningenglish.voanews.com. VOA photos are also in the public domain. However, photos and video images from news agencies such as AP and Reuters are copyrighted, so you are not allowed to republish them.

If you are requesting one-time use of VOA Learning English content, please fill out the information in this form and we will respond to you as soon as possible. For repeat use, please see the Content Usage FAQs on the page.

High-resolution audio and video files can be downloaded for free through BBG Direct an online service providing original multimedia content from Voice of America for publication across all platforms: online, mobile, print and broadcast. Access to BBG Direct requires user registration. If you have any questions about our policies, or to let us know that you plan to use our materials, write to learningenglish@voanews.com.

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