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Contact us if you need any advice on seeking permission. Researchers and students are allowed to copy limited extracts of works for non-commercial research and private study.Information regarding due diligence is available from the Intellectual Property Office.The lawful copyright holder is entitled to request all material from their work be removed; this may happen at any time and you would be obliged to follow their instructions.This means that where a user has lawful access to a work (eg an e-journal or database subscription) they can make a copy of it for the purpose of carrying out a computational analysis of anything recorded in the work.The exception only applies under the following conditions: Copyright is infringed if the copy made is transferred to another person, or it is used for purposes different than those permitted by law (although the researcher could ask the owner for permission to do either of these things).Creative Commons contains several copyright licences, which allow creators to control how their work is used and which copyright rights they wish to reserve and which they are willing to waive.Information regarding the different licences is available on the CC Website. Copyright guidance concerning the incorporation of other people’s work into your research still applies.A new copyright exception was introduced in 2014 which enabled UK researchers to copy a work in order to analyse it using text and data mining technologies.The exception applies where the analysis is for the purpose of non-commercial research.Since postgraduate research students at the University of Manchester are required to submit an electronic version of their examination and final corrected thesis, we strongly advise that you request permission to use third-party material at the time of writing your thesis.If the copyright permissions are not forthcoming from rights holders, the third-party material might have to be removed (redacted) from the final published e Thesis.