Website Copyright Statement
- By ： Digital Learning Division
- Last Updated ：2020-05-12
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I. All contents displayed on the website of the Civil Service Development Institute, Directorate-General of Personnel Administration, Executive Yuan, including texts, photographs, images, audio recordings, videos and other information are protected by the Copyright Act, except those that are not covered by copyright as stipulated by the Copyright Act (such as laws, orders, speeches and press releases drafted by civil servants, etc.; reference to Article 9 of the Copyright Act).
II. The above contents that are not covered by copyright may be freely used by any person and we encourage everyone to use them extensively.
III. For information content on this website protected by the Copyright Act, other than for reasonable use, any use shall be subject to the consent or authorization of the copyright holder.
IV.The abovementioned “Reasonable use” is detailed as follows:
(I)Work published on this website in the name of the Civil Service Development Institute, Directorate-General of Personnel Administration, Executive Yuan is copyrighted by the Civil Service Development Institute, Directorate-General of Personnel Administration, Executive Yuan. To the extent reasonable, such publications may be reproduced, publicly broadcasted or publicly transmitted, provided that the source of information should be cited at the time of use.
(II)Information on this website may be reproduced for personal or family non-for-profit purposes.
(III)To the extent reasonable, information on this website may be cited for reporting, commentary, teaching, research or other proper purposes, provided that the source of information should be cited.
(IV)Regarding reasonable use, please refer to Article 44 to 65 of the Copyright Act.
V. Electronic rights management information identified on this website shall not be removed or altered without permission unless the removal or alteration of electronic rights management information of the work is unavoidable in the lawful exploitation of the work or the removal or alteration if technically necessary in the conversion of a recording or transmission system, as provided in Article 80-1 of the Copyright Act.