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You may not, except with express written permission or where exception is permitted by license, adapt or commercially exploit the content.

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A non transferable and non exclusive license is granted to distribute and store the content in an electronic retrieval system for nonprofit use and where the content is publicly viewable without charge and without requiring a username/password to access (e.g. Internet Archive archive.org). Such use must comply with additional restrictions as detailed below. Note, this does not allow distribution and storage for mirroring where users are directed to the mirrored content in preference to the live content.

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Any text must not be edited or quoted in such a way as to change the original meaning of the text or to apply a different meaning to the text.

Images and/or videos must be used in their entirety and may not be cropped or otherwise modified as to remove or obfuscate the Glitch.org.uk branding.

Adverts may not displayed directly before, after or overlaid on top of videos.

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Misleading adverts which attempt to take credit for the content or which attempt to fool readers to click on the advert instead of the content source link cannot be displayed along with the content.

Illegal content may not displayed with content from Glitch.org.uk and Glitch.org.uk content may not be used for illegal purposes.

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Any printed copy, with exception to a 3D printed model, must clearly attribute Glitch.org.uk as part of the printed copy.

Attribution must not be used in such a way as to imply or infer sponsorship, endorsement or any such association.

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