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- A given user may use the IEA Data and, where possible, download the IEA Data for the internal purposes of his/her organisation only.
The following forms of copying are permitted and do not require the prior written permission of the IEA:
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- all other subscribers and users may issue a public statement which refers to a given data point within the IEA Data, provided such statements are issued on an infrequent and occasional basis.
- If the user has the right to reproduce certain portions of IEA Data in accordance with these terms and conditions, the user must ensure that all such material or information is clearly attributed to the IEA, and bears a notation that it is copyrighted by the OECD/IEA, with the year of the copyright and the publication from which it was taken (i.e., [name of publication] © OECD/IEA, [year of publication]).
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To the extent that the subscriber has purchased a single-user license to a PDF of the IEA Data, the single-user:
- can circulate one papercopy print-out of the IEA Data within the subscriber’s organisation;
- can store, only in paper, one copy of the IEA Data for consultation purposes (i.e.; in the subscriber’s library);
- can access the IEA Data online via the password-protected website by using the password designated to them by the IEA (only the individual registered user may do so); and
- cannot circulate or redistribute the PDF version electronically inside or outside the subscriber’s organisation.
A single-user license does not allow the user to publish any IEA Data on his/her organisation’s intranet.
To the extent that the subscriber has purchased a multi-user licence to the IEA Data, all of the above terms and conditions that apply to a PDF single-user licence also apply to PDF multi-user licence. Furthermore, such a multi-user subscriber may:
- access the IEA Data online via the password-protected website by using the password designated by the IEA and give the password to as many users in the subscriber’s organisation as the given licence allows; and;
- if the licence is for more than 10 users, make the PDF version available on the subscriber’s intranet and/or make the link to the IEA website. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the subscriber is not allowed to make the IEA Data available to clients or to any other third parties, not even via the subscriber’s intranet.
Furthermore, the subscriber is required to ensure that the number of users to whom it gives a password to the IEA Data does not exceed the number of users provided for in the license that the subscriber has purchased from the IEA.
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