Copyrighted Materials Policy
Updated on 9 February 2011
Westcon Group, Inc. (“Westcon”) produces work product which creates value for our vendors and customers. This work product requires a significant amount of time and effort and is protected under the copyright law of the United States and many other nations.
This Westcon Copyrighted Materials Policy describes conduct that would qualify as copyright infringement.
View additional Westcon copyrighted materials and trademarks policies which are also in effect.
Should you have further questions regarding the use of Westcon copyrights, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Copyright protects original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright infringement occurs when any one or more of the following rights is violated:
A copyright may be infringed when a new work or a modification of an existing work, known as a derivative work, is created from a copyrighted work. A “derivative work” is based upon a pre-existing work in which the pre-existing work is changed, condensed, recast, transformed, or otherwise adapted. If the pre-existing or underlying work is a protected work under copyright law, one who wishes to exploit the derivative work must obtain a license from the owner of the copyright in the underlying work or works. Thus, modification of Westcon copyrighted materials without explicit permission constitutes infringement.
Unless you receive express permission from an authorized Westcon representative, you may NOT:
Permission To Use Inquires
To request permission to use Westcon copyrighted materials, please contact email@example.com for further information.
Both this policy and all other Westcon trademark and copyright policies are subject to change at any time and without notice.
This Policy document is not intended to serve as legal advice. Consult your attorney if you have questions regarding your legal rights or duties.