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The coxleynews.com web site was originally made live on 5th November 2005 and has been made possible by generous financial support through grants from both Sitlington Parish Council and Wakefield Metropolitan District Council and funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. None of the information, material or comments included on the site can be attributed to WMDC, Ward Councillors or the Heritage Lottery Fund. Our thanks go to Sitlington Parish Council, WMDC, the Heritage Lottery Fund and everyone who has made this site possible.
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Copyright covers different types of work including writings, drawings, photographs, music and the spoken word if it is recorded. If you own the copyright then we need your permission for the work to be used. We are hoping that you will let us use your work to help in our project.
Copyright can be bought and sold, assigned, bequeathed or given away. However, ownership of a document does not necessarily include ownership of copyright.
Who owns copyright?
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For photographs created between 1 July 1912 and 31 August 1989, the person who owned the material on which it was taken is the copyright owner.
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How long does copyright last?
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Your material is to be used in the production of a “Coxley Live” Community Archive on the “Coxley News” website. Coxley Live will keep a digital copy of your archive that may be viewed by the public. It will be accessible on the Internet.
It is possible that some of your material may be used in Coxley Live promotional material. For example, your photograph may appear in the ‘Coxley News’ newsletter, on an event poster or in a report.
Your material can be accessed by the public but we will only make one copy of a resource for an individual, unless we ask your permission for more copies to be made. That copy can only be used for educational, non-commercial and private research; for example researching family or local history or a school project.
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* Coxley Live is developing pages on its website Coxley News for community archives as an information resource about the area. If you do not wish for your resource(s) to be placed on this website please inform us.
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* Details of the resource holder will not be publicised or released to any third party, but filed with Coxley Live, subject always to the requirements of the 1998 Data Protection Act.
* Coxley Live here agrees that it will not seek to obtain copyright from the rightful owner. The copyright will remain with the holder.
* The resource holder shall remain the owner of any moral rights to the resource(s) that they held prior to allowing Coxley Live access to them.
* Coxley Live will not copy or substantially alter the resource(s), or any part of them, to produce a new artistic or literary work.
* Coxley Live may, as necessary, move or alter the file formats and storage media so that the digital preservation of the material is ensured.
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