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Can I share my e-Patterns?
You can print two copies of your e-Patterns for personal use, but like any other copyrighted work, you cannot re-sell, or distribute electronically or otherwise any of our e-Patterns. Each e-Pattern contains copyright protection features that ensure only you can view and print your patterns, and only from your computer. With Annie's digital you'll have no worries about risking piracy or other copyright violations.
Our exclusive rights
As the copyright owner, we have the following exclusive rights:
The creator of the work has exclusive rights with or without a copyright statement.
No part of our publications or Web sites may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording or any other information storage and retrieval system, without the written permission of the publisher.
You cannot make any copies of the work without the express written consent of the copyright holder. Keep in mind that a photocopy doesn't just refer to using a standard copy machine. It includes scanning, tracing, screenshots, photographs, etc. And just because you are not charging for the copy (that is, you are giving it to a friend or someone else for free) does not make it any less illegal.
- To reproduce the work in copies.
- To prepare derivative works based upon the work.
- To distribute copies of the work to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease or lending.
- To display the copyrighted work publicly.
For more information on our copyright, please visit our parent company, Annie's, and review our more extensive copyright bulletin.
I think I saw one of your patterns posted on someone's site. What should I do?
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