These terms were last updated on 7th January 2011
"BBC RSS Feed" is a BBC Online Service provided by the BBC. It is an RSS, API or other application which is identified by the BBC as a feed that enables you, or users of a Business User's product or service, to access, view and/or listen to BBC Content.
2.3 You may use the BBC RSS Feed in order to display the BBC Content on your website, blog or other product or service.
2.4 You must display the BBC RSS Feeds that you subscribe to in full and accurately on your website, blog or other product or service.
2.5 You may not directly or indirectly change, edit, add to or produce summaries of any BBC Content or any other content available at bbc.co.uk nor place any full-story BBC Content in an HTML frame-set.
2.6 You do not have the right to use any BBC Content or BBC mark/logo on your website, blog or other product or service or elsewhere except as provided in the BBC RSS Feed itself.
2.7 If you are a Business User you will additionally:
2.8 For more information or if you have any questions, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.
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