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Copying from the Internet
Students should be aware that material on the Internet might be protected by copyright. The fact that it is on the Internet does not mean it is "copyright free".
Some websites give permission for the material to be copied for certain purposes (eg educational and non-commercial purposes). You should always check the website for any such statements.
Publishing your work
You should ensure that you have a copyright notice on any work you create, whether you intend to publish it or not.
The notice is used as a warning to indicate that the work is protected. It should identify the owner and give details of the conditions of use. For example:
"© Copyright - Name of Copyright Owner - Date first published
[email or other address]
All rights reserved. No reproduction without permission."
Software shall not be copied on School computers or personally owned computers on any School campus except where authorised by the copyright owner;
Illegally copied software from any source shall not be run on computers at AIC School