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After waiting for over a week with no reply, I contacted an ISO representative that I communicate with, from time to time. He replied back to me with the following:

So, basically, he confirmed the copyright policies we already knew. Since I did not ask for permission from ISO to post the ISO 9000 and 14000 FAQ's, I believe that Marc should delete my posts with the ISO FAQ's, and if anyone is willing to, go through the proper channels in the right sequence.
How about name, rank, and serial number of the "source?" Without that, it is only "anecdotal" info - certainly contrary to my understanding of requirements for documentation compliant with ISO Standards.

As the original poster, YOU always have the right to request deletion of material. Personally, I would hope you would wait until you got a response through the "official" channel you started with. Patience in this case is definitely a desired virtue.​
 
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JaneB

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Since I did not ask for permission from ISO to post the ISO 9000 and 14000 FAQ's, I believe that Marc should delete my posts with the ISO FAQ's, and if anyone is willing to, go through the proper channels in the right sequence.
Good idea, Sidney, I agree.

The sequence is clearly defined by ISO and confirmed by your contact: ie, ask first, post second (presuming permission is given). Not the other way around.

That the source was referenced was never at issue. Not seeking permission was.
 
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#33
Re: Cut and Paste Copyright Issues

How about name, rank, and serial number of the "source?" Without that, it is only "anecdotal" info - certainly contrary to my understanding of requirements for documentation compliant with ISO Standards.

As the original poster, YOU always have the right to request deletion of material. Personally, I would hope you would wait until you got a response through the "official" channel you started with. Patience in this case is definitely a desired virtue.
Thank you Wes.:yes:
 

Marc

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After waiting for over a week with no reply, I contacted an ISO representative that I communicate with, from time to time. He replied back to me with the following:

Dear Mr. Vianna,

You're welcome to post such material from the ISO Web site on condition that you request permission for the specific material first and clearly indicate ISO's Web site as the source, with a link to the Web site. Looking at the material you had posted, it wasn't always clear to me which material came from ISO and which material was developed by you.

Thank you for the exposure you're giving to our material and thanks for contacting me on this.
So, basically, he confirmed the copyright policies we already knew. Since I did not ask for permission from ISO to post the ISO 9000 and 14000 FAQ's, I believe that Marc should delete my posts with the ISO FAQ's, and if anyone is willing to, go through the proper channels in the right sequence.
I'll amend the posts to indicate none of it is Sidney's 'material', and wait for a 'Take Down' request from the ISO folks before I delete them. In their reply they thank Sidney for "...the exposure..." so my bet is they are not at all unhappy that the 'material' is posted and will not ask. If they were unhappy I believe they would have said so in their reply and, I'm also betting, they would have notified me by now with an official 'Take Down' request.
 
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Umang Vidyarthi

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I'll amend the posts to indicate none of it is Sidney's 'material', and wait for a 'Take Down' request from the ISO folks before I delete them. In their reply they thank Sidney for "...the exposure..." so my bet is they are not at all unhappy that the 'material' is posted and will not ask. If they were unhappy I believe they would have said so in their reply and, I'm also betting, they would have notified me by now with an official 'Take Down' request.
Hi buddy

The stand taken by you is 'Down-to-Earth'and LAUDABLE :applause::lol::applause:
Thnx for taking the right stand
Umang
:thanks:
 

Sidney Vianna

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#36
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The ISO (and ISO Online) websites just underwent a significant re-design. It is likely that some of the hyperlinked information in our posts will no longer be available.
 

Marc

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If you find any broken links in posts, please use the Report This Post button to let me know so I can revise the post and take the link out.
 
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If you find any broken links in posts, please use the Report This Post button to let me know so I can revise the post and take the link out.
or replace it with an equivalent one (same material updated on a different page)
 

Marc

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#39
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or replace it with an equivalent one (same material updated on a different page)
Well, yes - If you're a moderator who can edit any post and will take the time to do that, it will be appreciated. Registered visitors will have to use the Report This Post 'button' at the top of the post.

This is, by the way, appreciated any time anyone finds an invalid (dead or 404) link in any post in any discussion thread. Dead links don't help anyone and it has been theorized that dead links tend to lower search engine rankings.
 
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yogindernath

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Re: Copyright - Cut and Paste Copyright Issues

Hello,
I am seking your kind advice, please. One of the new website is continuously copying the contents from my website & pasting on his own. Unfortunate part is that I don't have any copyright on my self created contents so far. Is there any way to tackle such a website indulging into an unethical act. Kindly help
Yogindernath
 
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