By submitting an article (“Article”) for possible publication on the APH website you agree to be bound by the following:
Copyright and editorial matters
Copyright in the Article will remain with you and/or the person from whom you derive publication or republication rights.
Copyright in the form of our publication of the Article vests exclusively in us.
We will insert a notice in the Article acknowledging the copyright position in the form of:
© APH Network and contributors (year). All rights reserved.
The APH Network’s editorial team may alter grammatical construction, punctuations and citations to conform with the general style of the website and accepted grammatical standards. Footnotes will be deleted from all Articles (though submissions for the longer APH Papers should include a brief reference list). All Articles will be formatted in accordance with the editorial team’s Articles template.
We also may edit the Article as we see fit, whether for reasons of length, accuracy, legal reasons (such as potential defamation) or otherwise. We are not responsible to you for a failure to edit, or an inadequate editing of, the Article for legal reasons.
We will not make significant amendments to the Article that in our view materially alters the underlying message or substantive content of the Article without your permission.
You consent to us amending and publishing your amended Article on this basis, despite any moral rights that you otherwise could assert in respect of the Article.
The accuracy of the Article, including references and citations, is your responsibility.
You warrant to us that both at the time of submission and at the time of publication (if any) of the Article:
- subject to this document, you are the sole owner of copyright and all other rights in and to the Article;
- the grant of rights to us and others in this document will not infringe the rights of any other person or constitute a breach of any other agreement;
- the Article is your original work and expresses your original ideas and words (except where due acknowledgment and attribution is given);
- you have obtained copyright clearance and all other licences or permissions from the relevant rights holders for any material included in the Article that does not constitute fair dealing permitted under applicable copyright laws;
- the Article contains nothing defamatory, false, misleading or deceptive and its publication by us is lawful.
You indemnify members of the APH Network against all loss, damage and expense incurred or suffered directly or indirectly by them as a result of us publishing the Article when any warranty is false, misleading, inaccurate or incomplete.
Our publishing rights
You grant to us a world-wide, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive, unrestricted licence to:
- publish and republish the Article on our website and any other electronic and physical publications;
- use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, create derivative works from, distribute and display the Article, or incorporate it in other works, in whole or in part;
- use the names and images (if any) that you submit with the Article, including names and images identifying you as the author of the Article;
- and incorporate the Article into a product (which may be a computer program) combining text, data, audio and images in digitized form in such manner as we deem appropriate and to exploit that product,
through any device or medium for electronic, physical or other reproduction, publication, distribution or transmission, whether now or later known or developed.
We may sub-license others to do any or all of the above in relation to the Article.
Further assuring our rights
At our request and expense, you will execute and deliver to us all such instruments and take such other actions as may be requested by us to obtain the benefit of and perfect the licences and consents granted under this document.
The APH Network may publish the Article without payment to you.
If, however, we re-publish the Article in a form that directly derives income to us, we will equitably compensate you from any net profits received by us, in accordance with standard publishing industry practices from time to time.
No guarantee of publication or continuing availability
Nothing in this document shall be construed as a promise by us to publish the Article.
If we publish the Article, we may later edit it or remove it from our web site, or otherwise cease publication, at our discretion without notice or liability to you and without limiting our rights under this document.
To the extent permitted by law and subject to our obligation under this document to equitably compensate you in certain circumstances, your sole remedy against us for our breach of this document is to require us to cease future publication of the Article to the extent this is reasonably practical.
Others’ rights to deal with your Article
Creative commons licence
Unless you advise us on submission of the Article for possible publication, others (that is, readers of the APH website) will be permitted to republish the Article under a limited creative commons licence. Under the terms of that licence, users are free to copy, distribute, display and perform the work under the following conditions:
- attribution – users must give the original author credit;
- non-commercial – users may not use the work for commercial purposes;
- no derivative works – users may not alter, transform, or build upon the work;
- for any reuse or distribution, users must make clear to others the licence terms of the work;
- any of these conditions can be waived if users get permission from the copyright holder; and
- users’ fair use and other rights are in no way affected by the above.
A copy of the full creative commons licence terms is available at http://creativecommons.org.
If you require that others may deal with the Article under a different creative commons licence, you must tell us and we will endeavour to accommodate your request.
Where you do not want a creative commons licence to apply
If you do not wish that others may deal with the Article under a creative commons licence, you must advise us on submission of the Article for possible publication. In these circumstances, our website terms will prohibit reproduction of the Article without the written permission of the copyright holder, apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism or review or for site users’ other personal, non-commercial use.
In any event, we are not responsible to you if a third party reproduces the Article or otherwise infringes your rights without our permission.
You may withdraw the Article from consideration by written notice to us at any time prior to being advised of its acceptance or rejection.