Intellectual Property

Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT takes intellectual property rights seriously and believes that they are important to the promotion of expression, creativity and innovation. 

Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT knows that finding appropriate resources for Unit activities can be challenging. Many of the program resource suggestions in My GuideBook have been created by Guides for Guides. 

Before sharing resource on My GuideBook Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT ask contributors to please make sure that they have the right to share this resource. Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT ask that contributors respect other people's copyrights, trademarks and other legal rights; and are committed to helping people and organisations promote and protect their intellectual property rights.


Copyright Statement

Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT operates in accordance with the Copyright Act 1968 (Cwlth), and information published on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and My GuideBook is subject to this Act and equivalent copyright acts in other territories. Unless otherwise attributed, Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT, and individuals and organisations that are permitted to publish on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and in My GuideBook, own the copyright to the material they publish.

Information on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and in My GuideBook may be utilised in unaltered form for personal use or other uses permitted by the Copyright Act. Copyright must be properly attributed, and permission must be sought before publication for any other use, especially commercial uses, which reproduces information found on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and My GuideBook.

Users of information on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and My GuideBook should act according to relevant copyright laws and the copyright details placed on websites on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and in My GuideBook. These details are generally located in the footer of Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and in My GuideBook sites, however occasionally there may be additional copyright attribution to information on some pages.

For further information on reproducing material found on the Girl Guides NSW, ACT & NT website and in My GuideBook, contact the Copyright Contact Officer.
 


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