requires all users of campus Internet services to comply with all
state and federal laws including copyright laws. The students, faculty
and staff at WSU have access to the fundamentals of copyright law
and WSU's guidelines for educational use of copyright materials
at WSU's Copyright
Home Page and the U.S.
Copyright Office's Home Page.
Allegations of copyright infringement by WSU users that comply with
the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, Title II, Section 512(c)(3)
will be investigated. The Copyright Specialist will notify the
Vice Provost for Academic Affairs of all valid notifications of
claimed infringement received by WSU for appropriate action.
If WSU determines that any users have infringed copyrights of others
on a repeat basis, the offending user's access to online services
may be terminated. WSU reserves the right to choose how to address
or respond to any allegation of copyright infringement received
including, without limitation, the choice of any defense under applicable
Notification of Claimed Infringement Under The Digital
Millennium Copyright Act:
If any owners of copyrights believe WSU's users are infringing
copyright protected work, they may send a notice to WSU's designated
Marc Lindsey, Copyright Specialist
Office of University Publishing
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164-5910
Telephone: (509) 335-1214
Fax: (509) 335-8568
Notification of claimed infringement must contain the information
required by and otherwise comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright
Act, Title II, Section 512(c)
Policy on Using WSU's Copyright Protected Materials:
As a general rule, you may print, reproduce and use the information
in, and retrieve files containing publications or images from only
those WWW documents which WSU expressly grants permission or license
to use provided: (1) the use is for non-commercial, personal or
educational purposes only, (2) you do not modify any information
or image, and (3) you include any copyright notice originally provided
in the materials. If a particular author places further restrictions
on the material, you must honor those restrictions. In some instances,
specific information contents may be copyrighted by others. By using
any of this material, you assume all risks of copyright infringement
and related liability.
Policy on Using WSU Logos, Trademarks and Licensed Graphics,
and Web Templates
All standard graphics, photographs and text of the WSU Home
Page and connected pages displaying the WSU logos and logotype are
copyrighted and trademarked by WSU. Redistribution or commercial
use are prohibited without express written permission.
Web page guidelines and copyrighted templates containing standard
graphic elements and formats have been developed to present the
University's identity clearly, consistently, and with distinction.
The templates also provide for a consistent user interface to improve
visitors' navigation across all University Web sites. All external
and internal Web pages with communications from colleges, departments,
libraries, administrative and service divisions, research facilities,
Extension and extended education units, primary constituent organizations,
and other official units and programs of the University are required
to use the Web templates. Instructions and guidelines for using
the templates can be found on the WSU
Identity Web site.
Proper use of the WSU logo and logotype for all media is set forth
in the WSU Identity Web
site. You may request a printed manual by calling (509) 335-3518.
You may also download
official digital files of the Washington State University signature
from the Identity site. All logos and graphics relating to WSU are
subject to licensing. If you want more information about obtaining
a license, contact the Trademark Licensing Office at (509) 335-2202
or email at email@example.com.