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NON-LEGAL GUIDE TO SABSA® LICENCE TERMS
The following table is intended to provide a short, non-legal guide to use cases of any copyrighted material owned by the SABSA Institute C.I.C (the Institute).
This table is without prejudice to the terms of the SABSA® open-source licence, and its contents are provided for guidance and explanatory purposes only.
|Use Case||Guide to Licence Terms|
|Solely within your own organisation for internal benefit.||Free to use with brief copyright citation.|
|Publication in any paper, journal or other distributed medium licensed or distributed free of charge.||Free to use with full academic citation and reproduction of copyright notice.|
|Publication in any paper, journal or other distributed medium licensed or sold for consideration (i.e. for a fee).||Use may be permitted with prior written consent, subject also to full academic citation and reproduction of copyright notice.|
|Public presentation.||Free to use with full academic citation and reproduction of copyright notice.|
|Training or educational course referencing the general existence of SABSA® materials.||Free to reference, noting SABSA® copyright.|
|Training course including any SABSA® materials.||Prohibited without prior written consent from the Institute.|
|By professional examination or certification bodies.||Prohibited without prior written consent from the Institute.|
In the case of any doubt over the terms that apply to your proposed use case, please contact email@example.com explaining in no more than 250 words your proposed use case to seek consent.
We will endeavour to respond to your email as soon as reasonably possible.