Copyright & Fair Usage Policy

If you are interested in linking, printing or quoting articles from TeraBug, please refer our copyright and fair usage policy as follows:

Quoting any part of an article :

You can quote a few lines of an article from TeraBug in your website as long as proper credit is given. You must provide link to the  article from where the quote is taken. Also your link must NOT use attributes ( e.g. rel=nofollow,external etc.) that hide link importance from search engines.

You must use exact copy of the quote without modification, also add quotation marks to the text, mentioning TeraBug immediately before or after the quote.

You can not IFRAME any page of TeraBug.

For Print Media :

You are free to quote partial article as long as you print full link to the article. If you want to print full article from TeraBug you must mention Kunal Pradhan as article author with short biography and link to article or www.terabug.com
Copyright Violation and Misuse :
We take plagiarism very seriously. We hate lame copy pasters.

If we find a website or blog republishing our RSS feeds or article illegally, we will file a formal DMCA complaint with their advertising partners (e.g. Google AdSense, Bitvertiser, AdBrite etc. ) , which will lead to ban advertise account, and web hosting company abuse department.

Also we will send a duplicate content notice to various search engines (e.g. Google, Yahoo, Bing) which may ban the website from search engines.

For Guidelines Followers :

For the web masters and journalists who are following above guidelines, we are thankful for liking our article. Hope we will develop a strong relation. TeraBug always welcome you to leave a comment, trackback or mail me at [email protected] after linking any of article.

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