Copyright Protection

All the content contained on this website is protected by copyright. No part of any material that is posted on our website may be copied, downloaded, stored in a retrieval system or reproduced, either fully or in part, in any form including digital or non-digital format for any purpose without specific written permission from us.

However, use of our content and information for personal purposes is permitted, only to the end that it is used for either research or scientific purposes. In addition to this, material may be shared as long as the sharer includes the original link, and without publishing the information anywhere in either online or print media, or any other form of mass communication.

In case you want to use our copyrighted material in a way other than previously stated, then you can request permission from us by contacting us through our Contact Us page. Your request will be handled by the appropriate staff, and you will be given an answer within a few days after your request is received. You should not use this information before you are given permission to do so, and you must wait until this permission has been given to you in writing.

At we try to maintain a high standard when it comes to the content that we publish on our website. Our writers ensure there has been no plagiarism of work or any copyright issues before posting any content online. This doesn’t mean, however, that we can be totally sure that our content is purely original with absolute certainty. If you believe that there may be content which may infringe your copyright or any other copyrighted work please feel free to engage us on that issue. Our staff will be ready to address the issue as soon as we receive your query.

If you find that any materials accessible on or from this website infringe your copyright, you may request removal of those materials from this website by contacting us through the address provided at our Contact Us page. Make sure to provide the following information to support your case:

  1. You must identify what content is supposedly copyrighted by describing the content and, if possible, where the content is located. A URL link to the relevant article on this site will be enough to support your case.
  2. Please provide evidence of a copyright or infringement issue by providing the link to where the work was originally published. We must be able to view this information and verify the copyright or infringement issue.
  3.  Your name, the physical address, and the email address of yourself or your company.
  4.  A copy of the copyright certificate or its equivalent that proves your case.


If you find that there is something that we may have infringed upon which is not covered by the above mentioned copyrighting issues resolution process, we are always ready to listen to you. Just send us an email or contact us using any of the contact details in our Contact us page and we will get back to you at the earliest possible opportunity. However, you should be aware that you will liable for any and all damages that may be incurred in the litigation of the matter, up to and including attorney fees and other costs that may be involved in pursuing the case. If you are not sure what to do with any copyright issue then it is advised that you contact an attorney first who may guide you on how to go about resolving the issue.