Terms and Conditions
By submitting your contribution, you grant a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free license to Brock University to preserve, reproduce, and distribute your work as part of the COVID-19 in Niagara project. This permission includes the right to modify your material to conform to the goals of the project, to reformat it as necessary to preserve its perceptibility and usefulness, and to make it available for educational, research, and promotional purposes outside of the project, in perpetuity and in all media formats. This license does not authorize the exploitation of your contribution for profit or commercial use.
The material you submit must have been created by you, wholly original, and shall not be copied from or based upon any other photographic, literary, or other material, except to the extent that such material is in the public domain, or you have the permission of the copyright owner, or its use is allowed by "Fair Dealing" as prescribed by the terms of Canadian copyright laws.
In granting this permission, you warrant that you are 18 years of age or older and have the full power and authority to consent to this agreement, that your submission does not infringe any existing copyright or contain any libelous matter, nor invade any third party rights of privacy or publicity. You further agree to defend and hold harmless Brock University, the Brock University Library, its board of trustees, and its officers, employees, and agents against all claims, demands, costs, and expenses including attorney's fees incurred for any and all claims of copyright infringement or any other legal or regulatory course of action arising from the use of your material.
The COVID-19 in Niagara project has no obligation to use or publish your contribution. You retain ownership of and copyright in the material you share.
Contributors who elect to provide their name in the 'Name' field within the Contribute Digital and Question and Answer forms agree to the public display of such contact information in connection with the materials submitted under that form.
Brock University does not hold copyright in the material in the COVID-ID in Niagara archive. As such, the Brock University Library is not positioned to grant licenses to or “approve” requests from third parties to make use of content in the collection. Contributors may elect to display contact information, and it is the user’s responsibility to obtain any necessary permission from the copyright holder(s).
Contact the Brock University Archives for other rights-related questions or, in certain cases, referral to the original contributor regarding the use of their content.
* With permission, these terms and conditions are based partly on those of the Washington University Library, Documenting Ferguson site - http://digital.wustl.edu/ferguson/. Thank you.