How to Avoid Copyright Infringement When Using InfoQuest News Content
Last Updated: 26 August 2020
1. Sharing hyperlinks from InfoQuest’s website and/or social media channels
1.1 Sharing only the hyperlink which redirects users to the full article without reproducing any of the content is permissible.
1.2 Sharing the hyperlink and partially displaying news content of no more than 300 characters is allowed without the need to obtain permission.
2. InfoQuest news content for personal use
2.1 It is permissible to publicly share InfoQuest content—either wholly or in part— on websites. The content must contain the attribution “From: InfoQuest Limited”. A maximum of 5 articles daily and no more than 50 articles monthly can be shared without the need to obtain permission.
2.2 Sharing InfoQuest content on social media private groups must contain the attribution “From: InfoQuest Limited”. The content can be aggregated in moderation without the need to obtain permission.
3. Media people using InfoQuest news content
People working in media, including influencers, are permitted to use InfoQuest news content—either wholly or in part— as reference or part of a news report. The content must contain the attribution “From: InfoQuest Limited” and can be aggregated in moderation without the need to obtain permission.
4. InfoQuest news content for commercial use
Those interested in the commercial use of content produced by InfoQuest Limited are urged to contact InfoQuest Limited to enquire about permission and restrictions. InfoQuest Limited will review the request on a case-by-case basis.
- Parties interested in using InfoQuest news content outside the requisites mentioned above, please contact us at 02-253-5000 ext. 318.
- Press releases distributed on ThaiPR.NET and ryt9.com can be used freely without the need to obtain permission.
[ InfoQuest Limited reserves the right to change or modify these terms accordingly at the company’s discretion]