Photo Reprint Policy

Introduction

The Purdue Exponent the newspaper published by The Purdue Student Publishing Foundation, a not-for-profit educational foundation independent from Purdue University. Consistent with the foundation’s charter, student material (stories, photos, advertisements, etc.) is not available for resale, but is available for individual usage.

To meet the needs of our readers, The Exponent, at its discretion, may provide photos printed in its publications or from its files to people for individual, non-commercial usage. Normally, photos of this nature will be uploaded to a reprint service through our Web site.

Use of Images

All materials appearing on this website or its affiliates and/or partners are protected by copyright law under U.S. copyright and other international laws. All materials appearing on this website are the property of the Purdue Exponent. You may not copy, reproduce, distribute, publish, display, perform, modify, create derivative works, transmit, or in any way exploit any such content, nor may you post nor distribute any part of this content over any network, including a local area network, sell or offer it for sale, or use such content to construct any kind of database. However, as set forth below you may purchase from Purdue Exponent such content for your own personal, noncommercial use and you may not make any copy of the photograph which you purchase. All purchases are subject to the terms, conditions and fees set forth below. You may not alter or remove any copyright or other notice from copies of the content. Copying or storing any content except as provided below is expressly prohibited without prior written permission of the copyright holder. We do not make available, nor may you copy or reproduce photographs taken by non-staff photographers, (the AP, for example).

Licensed Uses: Any Images you acquire from us are licensed for your own personal, noncommercial use only and the use of the Images for reference, research and other private and noncommercial purposes.

Prohibited Uses: You may only use the images as described above and you may not:

1. Distribute or re-distribute them in any manner for any purpose.

2. Use them in any manner in any advertising or promotional materials whatsoever for any purpose.

3. Use them in an obscene, defamatory, libelous or unlawful way.

4. Reproduce them, in whole or in part, by any means whatsoever for any purpose.

5. Remove or disable, or attempt to remove or disable, any proprietary notices or markings (including any type of watermarks) that may be included with the images.

Other information

Photos in publications prior to 2003, will be likely be in negative form. Generally speaking, those photos will not be available for reproduction due to the effort needed in locating prints and/or negatives.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use the photos on this site for advertising?

No, the photographs for sale on this site are for personal non-commercial use only, they may not be reproduced in any form or used for promotional purposes of any kind. If you have any questions, contact us via our feedback form.

Can I republish these images?

No, none of the prints, images or items you purchase from this site may be republished. If you are interested in republishing any photographs on this site, please use our feedback form to inquire.

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