about submitting pictures to YP&M:
- The BBC retains
the right to choose and arrange work submitted, and to remove
work from the BBC website at its sole discretion.
- You agree
to only submit materials to which you have the copyright. You
may not violate, plagiarise, or infringe on the rights of third
parties including copyright, trademark, trade secret, personal
privacy, publicity or proprietary rights.
- You may
not submit any unlawful, harassing, defamatory, abusive, threatening,
harmful, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, racially offensive,
or otherwise objectionable material.
- The BBC retains
the right to reject work on the grounds of illegality, copyright
infringement and violating public taste and decency.
- The BBC is
under no obligation to publish the work submitted.
- The BBC will
need your full name, address and contact details for the purposes
of our register of copyright ownership. These details will not
be passed on to any third party.
- The material
you submit may be stored in the archives of the BBC.
- The BBC accepts
no responsibility in connection with any work you submit to a
third party (i.e. not the BBC)
- We regret
that we are unable to link from your work to any external sites.
- By submitting
your work to the BBC website you -
- Warrant that
it is your own original work and that you have the right to make
it available to the BBC for use in all media worldwide in perpetuity
and to make it available to the organisations assisting with the
Community Photo Album project for display, interactive access
publicity purposes and archive retention
the BBC against all legal fees, damages and other expenses that
may be incurred by them as a result of your breach of the above
- Grant the
BBC the right in perpetuity to display the work on its website
located at http://www.bbc.co.uk, which can be viewed internationally,
and to store it on its servers and in its archive and to use in
all media worldwide.
- Agree to
waive your moral rights in the work for the purposes of its submission
to and use by the BBC.
- Agree that
the BBC shall not be responsible for any third party infringement
of your rights in the work, moral or otherwise, which may result
from its submission to the BBC website. (What this means is that
you give the BBC the rights to use and display this work worldwide,
and where you have copied images or sounds off the net or elsewhere,
you have permission to use this material. If these rights have
not been obtained and the owners attempt to sue the BBC for breach
of copyright, you are responsible for all costs)
photographs you send to us must be your property.
The copyright must not be held by a third party.