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Reprint, Press, Photo, and Translation Guidelines

Reprint Guidelines

Everything on our site is copyrighted, and may be reprinted only with our permission. You have our permission to reprint any of the documents at our website for nonprofit use that is not philosophically opposed to our mission if you follow our reprint guidelines. You don't need to contact us beforehand, but we'd appreciate it if you would send us a copy of the reprint in context after it has been published.

Please note: these guidelines apply only to printed materials. Our documents and photos may not be reprinted online. Instead link to the articles/photos at our website, www.rabbit.org

- Give credit to the original author of the material. If an individual author is not listed, you can give credit to the House Rabbit Society.

- The credit should also indicate how to contact House Rabbit Society: House Rabbit Society, 148 Broadway, Richmond, CA 94804; www.rabbit.org.

- We ask that you send us a copy of the item in its reproduced context (newsletter, flyer, etc.). If you obtained the original from the web, you can send your reprint to House Rabbit Society, 148 Broadway, Richmond, CA 94804.

Press Use Guidelines

You can feel free to use information from the HRS website for an article on rabbits, Easter, or House Rabbit Society as long as you follow the following guidelines. We'd appreciate it if you would send us a copy of the article after it has been published.

- If quoting, give credit to the original author of the material. If an individual author is not listed, you can give credit to the House Rabbit Society.

- The credit should also indicate how to contact House Rabbit Society: House Rabbit Society, 148 Broadway, Richmond, CA 94804; www.rabbit.org.

- Members of the press who need an image of a rabbit to accompany an article about House Rabbit Society or rabbits may go to House Rabbit Society's Smug Mug page to download a photo for your use.

Photo Use Guidelines

Please do not use any photos from this website without permission. Go to House Rabbit Society's Smug Mug page to download a photo for your use. You may use the photo we send you as long as your article is not philosophically opposed to our mission and you follow the following guidelines:

- Give credit to the photographer if stated. If an individual photographer is not listed, you can give credit to House Rabbit Society.

- The credit should also indicate how to contact House Rabbit Society: House Rabbit Society, 148 Broadway, Richmond, CA 94804; www.rabbit.org.

Translation Guidelines

- Translate entire documents. This way, the information is not taken out of context. What is an entire document? In most cases it's an entire HTML document.

- Clearly indicate the date of the translation, so people will know how old/out of date the document may be. This is especially critical for medical documents.

- Provide the url of the original document, indicating that the most up-to-date version of the document can always be found at the original location.

- Give credit to the original author of the material. If an individual author is not listed, you can give credit to the House Rabbit Society.

- Clearly state that the HRS is not responsible for accuracy of the translation.

- Each document should let the user know how they can contact the House Rabbit Society. If the information is on-line, provide a link within your translated document to the original HRS home page. If the information is to be printed, place our postal address on the page.

- Please feel free to distribute the translation in paper or email versions for any nonprofit use you may want.

- Provide us with an electronic copy of your translation. We would much prefer to host the translation on the web ourselves, so that many others may point to it and we can be sure and keep it up to date.

September 12, 2008



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