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Publishing companies protect their copyright by all necessary means, including legal action.

Here are examples of uses that are not permitted under the terms and conditions of a typical production music or sound effects End User License:

You may not make copies of any unsynchronized music or sound effects tracks, in any format. Your license grants you the rights to specific audio and/or visual synchronization of the product content only.

As a registered user, you are granted a single user license, meaning that only you (or your company) can use the products - the license is not transferable.

You may not copy, duplicate, provide access to, sell, lease, loan or give away unsynchronized versions of any product content by any means including the World Wide Web, streaming audio or by any other delivery method.

You may not transfer, re-record, copy or duplicate product content for any purpose not authorized under the terms of your license.

You may not transfer product content electronically or via any peer to peer file sharing program, FTP site, service bureau operation, DRS, computer network or in any way not expressly allowed by the publisher.

You may not provide remote access to unsynchronized versions of the product content to any user except the registered user, unless you have obtained and paid for a separate supplmental license from the music or sound effects publisher.

You may not provide the product content as mobile telecom audio content such as ring tones, ringback tones, soundscapes, multimedia messaging services (MMS), voice messaging, audio enhancements, greeting mail services, or in any other content applications, unless you have obtained and paid for a separate supplmental license from the music or sound effects publisher.

You may not provide the product content within other mobile communications or entertainment applications, such as iTunes Apps, or as unsynchronized content offered in software packages, unless you have obtained and paid for a separate supplmental license from the music or sound effects publisher.

You may not include the product content within retail toys, electronic sampling products or program chips, unless you have obtained and paid for a separate supplmental license from the music or sound effects publisher.

You may not sell or otherwise dispose of computers, hard drives or discs or any other electronic storage media which contain product content, unless all of the product content has first been deleted.

You may not change or alter in any way any portion of the product content (for example, by adding instruments or lyrics).

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