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There are webmasters and website owners out there who are under the impression they can "borrow" graphics, text, and other material from other websites with impunity to use on their own site. Unfortunately, these individuals are mistaken. There is enough legal precedent concerning this matter to establish intellectual property rights in favor of the website that contains the original material. A website owner is the sole owner of any content, whether any other entity holds the copyrights or not, because any material that has been scanned or composed from an original is theirs alone. Another website may not take, borrow, or otherwise implement this material for their own use without permission from the owner of the website that contains the material.
All graphics and other material used herein may not be used by any other website without express permission from Alternatives 2000. The photos in the catalogs shown here are the property of the respective manufacturers, and any copyrighted material on this website is used with their permission.
Any content used on a website must be directly scanned or copied from the printed material or must be an original composition by the owner or webmaster of that website. Material used on any website is protected by legal precedent against unauthorized use by another website. All material found here has been scanned or copied directly from a printed catalog, downloaded from a CD, originally composed, and/or optimized for this site alone, and taking any graphic or text for use on another website without permission will not be tolerated. Be advised that we have methods of identifying our own material. Any violators we find will be prosecuted.