How to Avoid Copyright Infringement When Using Infoquest News Content
Last Updated: 6 September 2023
1. Sharing hyperlinks from Infoquest news agency’s website (www.infoquest.co.th) 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 and can be aggregated in moderation without the need to obtain permission.
1.2) Sharing the hyperlink together with displaying no more than 200 characters of the news content is allowed without the need to obtain permission.
1.3) Using Infoquest news agency’s RSS feed to read the full version of the news article is permissible without the need to obtain permission.
2. Infoquest news content for personal use
Individuals intending to share content produced by Infoquest news agency—either wholly or in part— can publicly share the content on social media platforms or private groups. The shared content must contain the attribution “Source: Infoquest news agency ”. A maximum of 5 articles can be shared per day without the need to obtain permission.
3. Members of the press using Infoquest news content
People working in media, including influencers, are urged to contact Dataxet Limited to enquire about the permission and restrictions for using Infoquest news content, as well as the terms for a media partnership agreement.
4. Infoquest news content for commercial use
Those interested in the commercial use of content produced by Infoquest news agency are urged to contact Dataxet Limited to enquire about permission and restrictions. Dataxet Limited will review the request on a case-by-case basis.
1. Parties interested in using Infoquest news content outside the requisites mentioned above, please contact us at 02-253-5000 ext. 315.
2. Press releases distributed on ThaiPR.NET and ryt9.com can be used freely without the need to obtain permission.
*Dataxet Limited reserves the right to change or modify these terms accordingly at the company’s discretion, without prior notice.