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CABRI Copyrights

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Can I download the CABRI site?
No, each page of the CABRI site is © Copyright CABRI, 1999-2004, even if it is not explicitly mentioned.
If you are interested in downloading the site or a part of it, you must ask the Technical Committee for permission and explain the reason for your interest.

Can I use CABRI Guidelines?
CABRI Quality Management Guidelines are intended to be used by the biomedical community. In this case, you must inform the CABRI Technical Committee of your intentions and you are required to cite their origin with a complete reference. If you cite the CABRI Quality Management Guidelines in a publication, you should always refer to the appropriate version number.

Can I mirror the CABRI site?
To set up a CABRI web mirror, you must ask for permission from the CABRI Technical Committee and agree to the mirroring rules and procedures, which are described in the CABRI Procedures Manual (see "Site Map"). CABRI is currently available through the main web site, http://www.cabri.org/ and four international mirrors: in Italy (http://www.it.cabri.org/); Belgium (http://www.be.cabri.org/); France (http://www.fr.cabri.org/); and China (http://www.cn.cabri.org/).
Consult the "Mirrors" section of the main site for more details of the mirrors and requirements.

Can I set up a link to the CABRI site?
You are welcome to set up as many links as you desire to the home page of the CABRI site and to its mirrors. Please inform the CABRI Technical Committee if you set up any links.
We cannot guarantee that internal links will be maintained indefinitely, so we discourage linking to internal pages.

 
 



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April 2017

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