Metal Bulletin services and products, including teendig.com and the Metal Bulletin Daily, provide prices and daily news covering the global metals industry. Metal Bulletin offerings are copyrighted, and all rights are reserved unless otherwise stated. Copyright © 2016 Euromoney Global Limited.
This Copyright Notice page provides specific terms and conditions that supplement the general Metal Bulletin Terms and Conditions to which all subscribers agree. As provided there, these specific terms prevail in the event of a conflict with the general terms.
An individual subscription to a Metal Bulletin service or product provides a licence for only one person to use it. Photocopying, sharing access by email forwarding, scanning and saving on an intranet or server accessible by others, sharing your website access user name/password, or otherwise sharing the content of a Metal Bulletin service or product is strictly prohibited (unless expressly authorised by us in writing in advance) and violates the copyright law of the nation where the infringing conduct occurs. Violations in the U.S. are subject to the stringent remedies provided by the U.S. copyright laws. Any dispute or claim involving an alleged copyright violation in the U.S will be governed by the laws of the United States.
Below are some examples of what are authorised and not authorised uses of Metal Bulletin content.
What you MAY do
You as the named subscriber on the account are permitted to access the Metal Bulletin Daily pdf issue and the website using your assigned personal user name and password as often as you like throughout the duration of your subscription licence.
You may print or save electronically a single copy of each Metal Bulletin Daily issue or of other website content for your individual use (but may not share it with others).
You may occasionally send a copy of a single article from the website to as many as five persons using the "Email this article" function on teendig.com.
You may circulate to others the original monthly magazine that comes as part of your Metal Bulletin subscription package (but you may not copy it). You may also download and print one copy from the website for your own individual use (but you may not circulate that copy).
You may discuss your additional specific information needs with us, and we can tailor an appropriate licence package to allow compliance for everyone who wishes to access and/or use the information Metal Bulletin offers. For more information, please call +44 207 779 8260.
What you MAY NOT do
You may not copy or forward (electronically or otherwise) an entire issue of the Metal Bulletin Daily or our other newsletters. This prohibition includes printing and scanning an entire issue with the intent of distributing it electronically. The law provides for a very limited amount of copying for limited purposes, commonly referred to as "fair use". However, covertocover copying is forbidden.
You may not set-up access permitting multiple people to read Metal Bulletin by giving shared access to an email address, saving the files on a network where multiple people can access them, posting the file on an intranet, or by any other means.
You may not print and distribute hard copies of the daily electronic issue of the Metal Bulletin Daily. The subscriber has permission to print a single copy of the daily issue for his/her own reading or to retain for later reference, but regular distribution is strictly prohibited.
You may not routinely copy and distribute portions of Metal Bulletin content, including the daily email received by subscribers.
You may not share your username and password that is used to access non-public material on teendig.com; the username and password may be used only by the person named on the subscription account.
You may not republish or repackage Metal Bulletin content, including the proprietary pricing information.
You may not regularly merge Metal Bulletin content with any other data or information, or manipulate such content, or incorporate it into another work in any media, even for your company’s internal purposes, unless you have first purchased an appropriate Metal Bulletin data licence. For more information, please call +44 207 779 8260.
About Use of Metal Bulletin's Pricing Data
Metal Bulletin's assessed prices and indices are proprietary in nature and can only be legally accessed through a licence to Metal Bulletin. Through Metal Bulletin's pricing methodology, our price reporters apply judgement, creativity and originality to the price reporting process. This means that Metal Bulletin assessed prices and indices are original works protected by intellectual property rights and they also cannot be shared internally or externally without proper licensing in place. If you have any questions about your company's use of Metal Bulletin’s pricing data with respect to compliance, please consult with us by calling+44 207 779 8260.
Metal Bulletin’s Position on Copyright Enforcement
Metal Bulletin creates high value original content and pricing data. We invest in a highly skilled editorial staff as well as the technology and compliance infrastructure needed to produce the high-level intelligence that our subscribers find indispensable for their business operations. Most subscribers respect and understand that Metal Bulletin provides a valuable service to them and do their best to ensure compliant use of digital products by purchasing a licence that is appropriate for their needs. However, infringement of copyright in digital products is easy to commit and hard to detect and, despite clear and frequent warnings alerting subscribers to their obligations, clients may not have the appropriate licence to facilitate compliant use, or they may choose to ignore warnings in an effort to “save money” on subscription costs. We therefore take a firm position against any wilful, or otherwise, infringement of our copyright. This is especially so for instances of habitual, systematic, or repeated infringement intended to replace the need for additional licences within a company.
Metal Bulletin registers its copyrights with the Library of Congress and undertakes other steps to ensure it benefits from the full protection of U.S. copyright law, notably the statutory damages remedy. The premise of this remedy is that, because infringement of copyright in digital products is easy to commit and hard to detect, infringers who are caught must pay sufficient damages to provide a clear incentive for them and others to obey the law. If, as is the case with Metal Bulletin, copyrights are properly registered and fair warnings are given, a dispute can be taken to a jury. That jury will have broad discretion to award up to $150,000 for each issue of the Metal Bulletin Daily or other material that is infringed.
As a matter of policy all instances of continual or repeated infringement are referred to counsel and pursued with the intention of creating a deterrent to copyright infringement. Sharing a license creates a risk of significant financial penalties upon detection of non-compliance especially with the tracking capabilities now available to publishers of digital products.
Metal Bulletin’s goal is to match the needs of our clients with an appropriate licence. We encourage you to engage in conversations with our account management team to ensure compliance within your organization and protect your company from risk of penalties. Please call Jeremy Derenne at +44 20 7 779 8270 to initiate this discussion.