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Requesting Permission to Use Copyrighted Materials

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1. The documents may be used solely for personal, noncommercial, and informational purposes. They may not be posted or distributed.
2. The documents may not be modified.
3. All copyright and other proprietary notices must be retained in the document.

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To request such permission please send email to submission@techgraph.co. Please identify the requested material and the website on which it is found in the subject line, e.g. “TECHGRAPH.CO home page screenshot,” or “Screenshot of our website in Mozilla browser frame.” Include all of the following information in the body of the message:

1. The content you wish to use and the URL where it is located.
2. Where and how it will be used (for example, in an Internet use manual, in a newsletter, or in a pitch).