Content LicenseThe information on this website falls into several distinct groups. Their licensing terms are different, please see the details below. Please read this page and the documents it refers to thoroughly.
Place Descriptions, Reviews, Other Contributed ContentCreative Commons license.
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Attribution DetailsPlace descriptions are by their nature created and edited collaboratively. We list all members who contributed to an article on the article "changes history" page. When you attribute your derived work you have an option to either link to the full original article URL (or its specific revision that you have actually used) or, if you are using the article for an off-line work, you can literally re-print the article URL in your work. It is also acceptable, although not recommended, to link or refer to the main WhereTo.org page and to provide the title of the place you have derived your work from.
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Noncommercial Use OnlyThe main purpose of this additional restriction is to limit the creation of spam-filled clones of WhereTo.org. We are not truly opposed to using our content in legitimate, value adding projects that follow other conditions of this license. Please contact us if you feel your project falls into that category and we will most likely grant you an exception.
Fair Use of Technical ResourcesEven though you may have legal rights to use our content provided by this license, this does not mean that you have a right to use automated technical tools to download the site's content at a rate greater than average member would normally view pages. The reason for this restriction is to make sure we provide fair service to everyone.
We reserve the right to use any technical tools at our disposal to block access if we discover any abuse.
Derived Data, Linkage, Statistics & WhereTo.org's Own ContentAll content that is not created explicitly by members of WhereTo.org is copyright © WhereTo.org. This includes all derived data, statistics, designs, link structure, database relations, etc.
It is very likely that at some future point we will open up most of that data through some free publicly available API in good traditions of Web 2.0, but until this is decided we reserve all rights to derived content other than the typical website usage rights you have.