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17 Sep 2013 21:15 #1 by JohnH
The rules are very simple on this, all images must be original works of the poster otherwise they must have express permission from the copyright holder.
Anyone posting content that is not their own creation or has express permission of the copyright holder is deemed to be breaking the rules.

The same goes for 'copy-and-pasted' articles.

Please seek permission from the copyright holder before posting either here.

Any contraventions discovered will be immediately deleted to safeguard both the copyright of the owner and also to avoid any claims for copyright contravention against the Forum.

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17 Sep 2013 22:02 #2 by anglecichlid
Was there a complaint john?

Anyone with a aquarium can keep fish,
But it takes real skill to be a fish keeper,


And it's spongeBob,
SpongeBob lives in a pineapple under the sea
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17 Sep 2013 22:46 #3 by JohnH
There wasn't a complaint as such but we used to have a rule which seems to have disappeared, possibly during one of the server changes, this more or less was what has now been reinstated.

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17 Sep 2013 22:51 #4 by irish-zx10r
That explains what happened to a photo I posted in a certain topic :blush:
My Appoliges I didn't see this rule from before

Something fishie going on here

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17 Sep 2013 23:01 #5 by JohnH
No need to apologise at all.
If the rule isn't visible it can hardly be followed.

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