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Third-Party Images: Disabled Entrepreneur – Disability UK Online Journal is not held responsible for the usage of third-party images within the content we publish. We make every effort to obtain proper permissions and licenses for images used on our platform. However, it is the responsibility of guest writers and contributors to ensure that they have the appropriate rights and permissions for any images they provide for their articles.

Image Credits and Backlinks: Guest writers are responsible for giving proper image credits and providing backlinks when required, following copyright laws and any specific image usage agreements. Disabled Entrepreneur – Disability UK Online Journal expects that guest writers will comply with these legal and ethical guidelines to prevent copyright infringement and protect the rights of image owners.

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Guest writers and contributors are responsible for ensuring that their submissions comply with all applicable copyright laws. By submitting content to our sites, guest writers acknowledge and agree that they have the necessary rights, licenses, and permissions to use and share the materials they provide.

All images and content that fall under copyright protection and are used on our sites have appropriate backlinks to the sources or the appertaining sites. We encourage our contributors to provide accurate attribution and uphold the rights of copyright holders.

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It is the responsibility of guest writers and contributors to be aware of and comply with copyright laws when submitting content to our sites. UK Website Designers and its subsidiary sites disclaim any liability for the misuse or violation of copyright by guest writers or third parties.

This disclaimer is subject to change without notice. It is advisable to review this disclaimer periodically for any updates. By accessing and using our sites, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions outlined in this disclaimer.

If you use an image from another site and give a backlink and image credit are you in violation of copyright infringement?

Provided that you use an image from another site while giving proper image credit and a backlink, you are likely not in violation of copyright infringement under certain conditions.

However, there are important considerations:

  1. Image Credit: Always give proper image credit as specified by the image’s owner or license. This typically includes the name of the creator or source of the image. This is not only a matter of copyright but also ethical and professional practice.
  2. Backlink: Providing a backlink to the source is a good practice and can often be a requirement set by image owners or licenses. However, this alone does not automatically grant you the right to use the image. You must still have the proper license or permission.
  3. Fair Use: Some jurisdictions have the concept of “fair use” or “fair dealing,” which allows for limited use of copyrighted materials for purposes like criticism, commentary, news reporting, and education. However, this is a complex legal doctrine with specific criteria, and it may not apply to all situations.
  4. Transformative Use: In some cases, using an image in a transformative manner (e.g., creating a derivative work) might be allowed. This depends on the specific circumstances and applicable laws.

We encourage all contributors to be diligent in sourcing and using images responsibly and legally, ensuring that they have the necessary permissions, licenses, and attributions for any third-party images they incorporate into their work.

Disabled Entrepreneur – Disability UK Online Journal appreciates the cooperation and understanding of all contributors in upholding the principles of ethical content creation and copyright compliance.

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I understand that the coaching services I will be receiving from my Coach are not offered as a substitute for professional mental health care or medical care and are not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any mental health or medical conditions.

I also understand that my Coach is not acting as a mental health counselor or a medical professional”.

**For legal purposes:

  • I understand that coaching is currently an unregulated industry and that my Coach is not “licensed “ by any UK body even though the sessions may take place in the UK.
  • I understand and agree that I am fully responsible for my well-being during my coaching sessions, and subsequently, including my choices and decisions.
  • I understand that coaching is not a substitute for counseling, psychotherapy, psycho-analysis, mental health care, or substance abuse treatment. I will not use it in place of any form of therapy.
  • I understand that all comments and ideas offered by my Coach are solely to aid me in achieving the defined goals I create with my Coach. I can give my informed consent and hereby give such consent to my coach to assist me in achieving such goals and understand that results are not guaranteed. I understand that to the extent our work together involves career or business, my Coach is not promising outcomes including but not limited to increased clientele, profitability, and or business success.
  • I understand that my Coach will protect my information as confidential unless I state otherwise in writing. If I report child, or elderly abuse or neglect or threaten to harm myself or someone else, I understand that necessary actions will be taken and my confidentiality agreement is limited in this capacity. Furthermore, if my Coach is ordered by a court to provide information or to testify, she will do so to the extent the law requires.

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