Recognising copyright owners
We work closely with copyright owners to protect their intellectual property rights, and always make our best efforts to identify the ultimate copyright owner for all in-copyright material on our site.
If you believe that you own the copyright in any of the content on the website, and we have not recognised you as the copyright owner, please fill out our Complaint Notice immediately so that we can look into the matter. We may take down the content and we will investigate quickly.
Offensive, defamatory or inappropriate content
If you believe that any content on the website is offensive, defamatory or otherwise inappropriate, please fill out our Complaint Notice and we will investigate quickly.
While we are investigating reports of inappropriate content or copyright questions, we may temporarily remove the content in question. If we agree that you are the copyright owner or that the content is inappropriate, we will work with you to find a solution that you agree with, or we will take the relevant part of the content off the website permanently.
Please see our Terms & conditions
for a fuller statement of our approach to copyright and protecting the intellectual property rights of publishers.
Many of the titles that we digitise are no longer published. In these cases, we make all possible efforts to identify if there is a legal successor in copyright and to make contact with them. In some cases, we are unable to identify a legal successor in copyright, and we then identify these publications as orphan works, and publish them on this basis. Below is a list of the titles that we currently treat as orphan works. If you are the legal successor in copyright, please get in contact with us
and we will work with you to ensure that your intellectual property rights are respected.