Use of Microsoft Copyrighted Content

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    http://www.microsoft.com/About/Legal/EN/US/IntellectualProperty/Permissions/Default.aspxUse of Microsoft Copyrighted Content
    Published: April 26, 2005 | Updated: November 13, 2009

    Microsoft products and services—including images, text, and software downloads (the "content")—are owned either by Microsoft Corporation or by third parties who have granted Microsoft permission to use the content. Microsoft cannot grant you permission for content that is owned by third parties. You may only copy, modify, distribute, display, license, or sell the content if you are granted explicit permission within the End-User License Agreement (EULA) or License Terms that accompany the content or are provided in the following guidelines. For more information, consult your copyright attorney.

    Requirements for Allowed Uses

    For permission to be granted for any uses allowed by these guidelines, you must comply with the following four requirements:

    If your use includes references to a Microsoft product, you must use the full name of the product. When referencing any Microsoft trademarks, follow the General Microsoft Trademark Guidelines.

    You must include the following statement: "Used with permission from Microsoft."

    Your use may not be obscene or pornographic, and you may not be disparaging, defamatory, or libelous to Microsoft, any of its products, or any other person or entity.

    You may link to Microsoft content by using either a plain text link with words such as "This way to Microsoft.com" or by participating in an applicable Link Logo program. No other images may be used as a link to a Microsoft site
     

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