HHCM:General disclaimer

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All materials on this site are being served to the public for non-commercial historical interest purposes. Some of the materials have been contributed by individuals and organizations while other materials have been produced by the staff of the Highland Historic Computer Museum. Content on this website is licensed under the Creative Commons 2.5 Attribution License (otherwise known as the Commons Deed) except as excluded by ownership disclaimers below. This CC license allows you to use site content — even for commercial purposes and without the responsibility to license derivative works similarly — without requesting permission to do so, provided you properly attribute the content to the Highland Historic Computer Museum.

Ownership disclaimers

Reproduced content

Some content may not be original, including quotes, software, documentation, logos, etcetera and is used under fair use, by permission from the original copyright holders, or under the terms of the original license. The Highland Historic Computer Museum grants no permission to use any material attributed to any other copyrighted holders. Those seeking permission to use these materials must contact the individual copyright holders. If it is able, the museum may be of assistance in the contacting of the copyright holders.

In some cases, and under the doctrine of fair use, contributors or museum staff have scanned or otherwise reproduced or may reproduce printed materials or software of historical interest. If the confirmed copyright holder of such materials wish us to include or alter presentation or attribution, or otherwise change the way in which we are displaying this material, see challenging our use of copyrighted material.


Important information and disclaimers on copyrights enumerated at HHCM:Copyrights


The trademarks, service marks, collective marks, design rights, personality rights or similar rights that are mentioned or used on this site are the property of their respective owners. Our use of these trademarks does not constitute endorsement by or endorsement of the product, service, or company they represent.

Authenticity disclaimer

The material on this site is a work in progress and represents the opinions and recollections of individual contributors and the staff of the Highland Historic Computer Museum and may not be complete or correct. Prior to using any of this material under CC license or through permission of individual copyright holders, we urge you to validate this material.

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