Thank you for reading this policy, as our ability to invest in high quality education programs depends on our users complying with it. We reserve the right to change our copyright policy from time to time by publishing an updated policy on Reliable.education, which shall become effective and replace any previous policy from the date of publication. This version of the Copyright Policy was published on 1 December 2015.
Copyright law gives the copyright owner the exclusive right to control the use of copyright-protected works. All of the material published on our website and other digital/wireless platforms is protected by copyright law and shall only be used as set out in the “How may I use Reliable.education content?” section below. Use that is made without our permission may therefore infringe our copyright which can result in personal and corporate liability. Where we state below that something is not allowed or permitted, then to do so is a breach of our terms and conditions, i.e. is a breach of contract, and may also violate copyright law.
You may view our content for your personal use on any device that is compatible with Reliable.education (this might be your PC, laptop, smartphone, tablet or other mobile device) and store our content on that device for your personal use. You may not republish, redistribute or share our content to any other person or entity.
Yes. If you pay for any of Reliable.education’s paid online training programs, including its flagship course “Reliable Income Academy” you are restricted to viewing that content from no more than 3 devices, only two of which can be desktop or tablet devices. We use IP address tracking software that tracks the IP address of every device that accesses all of our paid content and the email address associate with all active accounts. If you breach your limit of three devices in total (a maximum of two of which can be tablet or desktop devices) your account may be temporarily suspended or blocked depending on the outcome of an investigation into the matter. In essence, when you buy access to any of our online programs, that login is for one student and cannot be shared between several people. The fee you pay is to educate one student, not as many as you decide to syndicate or share the content with.
You cannot do anything other than make use of the content as set out above. By way of example only, this means that you cannot:
The following sections give further guidance on our Copyright Policy. They do not form part of our terms and conditions, but do give explanations and examples of how our terms and conditions, including the Copyright Policy, work in practice.
Unauthorized copying is a way of avoiding payment for the value you gain by using the content. We make a significant investment in creating all Reliable.Education Content and Reliable Income Content to deliver value to you and to make a return on that investment. If we are unable to protect that investment by licensing our content and collecting revenue, it threatens our ability to continue to create the content and deliver it to our students.
Copyright law does allow, to a limited extent, republication for certain limited purposes, including the reporting of news or current events. We recommend that you take independent legal advice on the exact meaning of these terms if you want to rely on them. Unless your use of our content is permitted by this Copyright Policy, we will likely regard it as “unfair” and a breach of our terms and conditions.
Different countries’ copyright laws allow other forms of limited reproduction and use of copyright content without a license. Sometimes those rights override any contractual restrictions such as those set out in this policy. You will need to take advice on your local copyright law if you wish to know what exceptions may apply and under what circumstances.
Alternately, if you have a specific use in mind that isn’t permitted by our standard policy, we may still be happy to grant a license which will give you legal certainty without being tied to your country’s local copyright laws.
Yes, it is. So is all the content we publish in any e-newsletter, magazine, blog, digital reports, private social media groups, mobile applications etc., and so is all our content published on third-party platforms. Our content is also protected in other ways, such as those provided by database rights.
We own most of it. For any content we do not own ourselves, we obtain the appropriate reuse rights, permissions or licenses. If you believe we are using your content without your consent, please email us support(@)reliable.education so we can investigate this.