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The information on this website is for your personal use only. We like to keep our content unique. No part of this website may be copied, reproduced electronically or distributed in print without prior permission from Ayush Informatics.

We periodically check the Internet for our material. If you have copied any of our content, we will most likely find it. We take immediate action against those who use our material without permission.

Copyright violation on the Internet has become an epidemic. There are those who either believe that it's "OK" to copy and paste information and images from another website and claim it as their own, or they simply believe that it won't be found. This couldn't be further from the truth, it's easy to detect.

There are many ways to find copied material on the Internet, and once a violator is found, there's a good chance that other content that they have taken without permissions will be reported to their individual owners as well.

When you sign up with a webhosting company or advertiser, you agree to their TOS (Terms of Service.) The vast majority of these companies strictly prohibit use of copyrighted material without permission and they will take action against those sites that violate their TOS to avoid any legal litigation.

The copyrights of our featured "guest" articles are owned by the individual authors. If you wish to reprint an article, it is strongly suggested that you contact the author of the article directly. We have provided full credit to each author, and a link to their website (and email addresses when available) where you can independently contact them.

There are places you can find articles available to reprint for free, such as "" We have added some of our articles to their database. These articles can usually be reprinted, provided you keep the author's resource box intact (giving credit where credit is due) and an active link back to their website. Some require that you contact them and let them know where you published their article.

For more information, visit the United States Copyright Office & the Stanford Libraries to find out more about the DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) which protects copyrights to web pages, your rights, and the rules that constitute "fair use."

* It is with great disappointment that we need this page. Due to the rampant theft of original articles, images and bandwidth over the Internet, it is necessary to state that in no uncertain terms, our material is not public domain.

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