This site is hosted by RootsWeb
Copyright protects the expression of an idea and not the idea itself. For example, an idea for a board game would not be protected by copyright, but the form of expression in the written rules and playing instructions would be protected as a literary work.
Factual information, such as historical facts and news, is considered public domain and is owned by everyone. The expression of factual information, in the form of a webpage or transcript, for example, is protected by copyright. Copyright rules that apply to conventional media also apply to the Internet.
Submitted archives on Pitcairn IslandGenWeb are copyright of their respective transcribers and require their permission PRIOR to upload. The copyright owner is sought for permission to include their transcripts in the Archives. If we find a website of a transcriber we link to their site. Archive files are NOT to be onsold or stored where PAYMENT is needed to access files, unless the person seeks permission from the copyright owner.
[ Return to Index ]
Copyright © 1998 - Monday, 10-Mar-2014 06:52:35 MDT Pitcairn IslandGenWeb