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Copying of material from PsyAsia or any Psychology1 Group Website

PsyAsia strictly retains all copyright and intellectual property rights to everything published at our site that we do not identify as being the copyright of one of our partners. This includes everything in our knowledgebase as well as our course content and even down to our metatags.

Please be advised that we actively monitor all IPs entering our site as well as the activity on the site and these records are logged. Should we find that our material appears at a site outside of our domains, we shall make a formal complaint to the offender’s ISP and webhost under the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act). We have done this on more than one occasion and on all occasions the offending site has been disabled by the webhost within 24 hours. Some webhosts will then refuse to rehost your site, whilst others will require that you go through a long process of not only removing the copied material, but also convincing them you will not offend again. We will also report the offender to any regulatory bodies such as Psychological Societies and so forth that they may be a member of as such action clearly goes against the ethical guidelines. Finally we reserve the right to publish the offender’s name and website in a list of shame at our website.

To save everybody’s time and effort…if you like our training and site content, thank you for the compliment. Please do not copy it though. Please create your own totally independent content. That is what the web is about and your clients will appreciate the effort.

For those who browse our site legally as potential clients and actual clients, you have nothing to be concerned about. The above is directed at competitors and the like who steal our ideas and material. Thank you!