TERMS FOR ELECTRONIC ACCESS TO DEVELOPMENT TODAY
Development Today (DT) is a paper-based journal, where subscribers can also order electronic access as an additional service. Our internet services are facilitated on the web site: www.development-today.com.
The web site is owned by the company Development Today AS, which is also responsible for the content on the site. Development Today AS is legally accountable for all economic transactions made on the web site.
Development Today offers institutional electronic subscriptions based on IP addresses, individual access (user name/password) and purchase of individual articles.
Institutional subscription:This subscription allows all staff in an organisation to have access to Development Today from their office computers. Development Today requires the IP address or range of IP addresses from the organisation to set up such an access.
An institutional subscription is a multi-subscription combining paper journals and electronic access in one subscription package. Such a package can be negotiated with Development Today’s Marketing Department. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Individual access (user name/password): Subscribers to the paper journal can order electronic access for up to five staff members. (See subscription rates) Each electronic subscription is personal and access is provided via a username and password.
A paper subscription to Development Today is mandatory and a maximum of five electronic subscriptions can be linked to each paper subscription.
The electronic subscription allows the subscriber to download articles and other material for personal use. The subscriber can print single copies of articles on paper and store articles on a personal computer.
An electronic subscription to Development Today is strictly personal and cannot be made available to others or placed on a network. Neither can articles be used as part of a regular internal information service or emailed to non-subscribers. Development Today only allows electronic users to email the headline, the lead and the link to articles. See also the paragraph on intellectual property below.
Development Today reserves the right to cancel or suspend your access to www.development-today.com without compensation if you make DT material available to others in violation of these terms. You are also responsible for unauthorised use of your ID.
Purchase of individual articles: One or more individual articles can be purchased using credit card. Following payment, purchased articles will be available for 48 hours on Development Today’s web site. The buyer may download the article(s) for personal use, print single copies of articles on paper and store articles on a personal computer.
If you have any problems with accessing articles, please contact Development Today at: email@example.com
DT does not permit purchased articles to be made available to multiple users or placed on a network. Neither can articles be used as part of a regular internal information service or e-mailed to others. Development Today only allows electronic users to email the headline, the lead and the link to articles. See also the paragraph about intellectual property below.
Please note that if you use Development Today in your work (for entities like firms, public sector bodies, foundations, NGOs and charities) and your use of the service goes beyond what is permitted by these terms, please contact Development Today concerning the special requirements of your organisation. This also concerns permission to republish, redistribute or syndicate DT material. Contact Development Today at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Intellectual property: All articles and other material published on Development Today’s web site are protected by international copyright laws. By accessing DT’s web site you acknowledge and accept to respect national and international laws protecting the intellectual property of articles and other material published on the DT web site.
Publications, articles and other material downloaded from DT’s web site are for your personal use and cannot be modified, redistributed, commercially exploited or publicly displayed.
You cannot without written permission from Development Today:
- redistribute articles or other material from DT’s web site. This restriction includes news aggregation, library or archive services and all other kinds of commercial exploitation of DT material.
- create a database for systematic and regular downloading of DT material.
- remove the copyright, brand or trademark references to Development Today on any DT material.
Please also note: As part of our electronic service we will send subscribers and other users an alert message with headlines for each issue of Development Today. We also reserve the right to send occasional service messages to your e-mail address.
We are dependent on you providing us with accurate information to be able to provide a good and timely service.
For non-subscribers we may provide special offers and inform about upcoming issues of Development Today journal or other products by e-mail. Customers can at any time unsubscribe to such an e-mail service.
Development Today AS does not re-sell personal information to third parties.
Credit card transactions: Credit card payment for subscriptions to Development Today or for individual articles will be charged in EUR or Norwegian crowns (NOK). Please note that Norwegian residents should always pay in NOK. They will then receive a receipt where VAT is specified. Norwegian VAT applies to all electronic services, but not to the paper journal.
Transactions that violate sanctions administered by the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)of the US Department of Justice or decided upon by the United Nations or the European Union are not allowed on www.development-.today.com. As a result, transactions cannot be made with the following countries: Myanmar, Ivory Coast, Iraq, Iran, Democratic Reputlic of Congo, Cuba, Liberia, North Korea, Zimbabwe, Sudan, Syria, Belarus and Libya.
The minumum age for individuals making transactions on www.development-.today.com. is 18 years.
If you have complaints concerning the product, demands for refund or cancellation of orders please contact us at: email@example.com.