Latin America Data Base Copyright Policy

Effective: May 1, 2010

Definition of Copyrighted Material and Copyright

By definition, the Latin American and Iberian Institute (hereafter "LAII", "we" or "us"), publisher of the Latin America Data Base (hereafter "LADB") considers "materials" any information, document, or content published via the LADB website, email, or other media. LAII does not grant license to reproduce or republish any content to any individual or entity:

  • without regard as to the material being free of charge or otherwise
  • without regard as to whether or not such material requires subscription
  • without regard as to whether or not such material is provided as part of a subscription or otherwise
  • without regard as to media of storage or manner transmission
  • without regard as to whether the material is textual or graphic

Citing LADB

To cite articles, please identify LADB as the author and the name of the bulletin (SourceMex, NotiCen, NotiSur) as the journal title.

Why do I need reprint permission?

Owning a subscription to LADB or access to the LADB website or content does not give you the right to republish or redistribute our content. The content available on the LADB website (and provided via other media) is the property of LAII and the University of New Mexico, and is protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. Except for a few limited exceptions (such as displaying in non-electronic form, reformatting, copying or printing for your own PERSONAL, NONCOMMERCIAL use), you cannot reproduce, retransmit, distribute, disseminate, sell, publish, broadcast or circulate the content received through LADB to anyone, including but not limited to others in the same company or organization, without the express prior written consent of LAII. You can obtain Reprint Permission by contacting LAII via the Contact page.