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Protection of intellectual property is an important issue for us and everyone who uses the Internet. Therefore, below you find some information about copyright regulations on energypedia regarding your own but also other people's work.
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Energypedia does not allow copyright infringements! Hence, please refrain from submitting copyright work without permission! If you wish to upload data and are not sure about the copyright, please do not upload it. You will be held responsible for any data you have uploaded! Furthermore, it is not allowed to plagiarize (i.e. present other people's work and ideas as one's own). Do always reference correctly in your articles by indicating the source and author. If you have the impression that an article - in whole or in part - is a plagiarism, please report this by using energypedia's feedback form or by directly contacting the energypedia team.
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