We hope your visit with
us will be an enjoyable learning experience ~ one of personal enrichment
along with advancement of your knowledge of the CMK Arabian Horse and the history
behind the CMK Heritage
Programs ~ for that, and that alone, is our intent and purpose in
maintaining this website of Southern California CMK Heritage News.
However, due to a recent regrettable
set of circumstances, we feel compelled to remind our viewing audience
that this website and all materials herein,
including HTML and programming code(s), photos, images, etc., are copyright protected.
Permission must be obtained from the original author for the re-use of any text (in
whole or in part). These copyrights also apply to the re-use of any
photographs and other images, and links are furnished specifically for
in contacting the copyrighted originator.
All instances of misuse or suspected infringement will be investigated and the appropriate
penalties levied against all parties involved. Misuse includes, but is not
limited to, theft of bandwidth in addition to copyright and CMK trademark violations. We
take these issues seriously and will do everything within our legal means to
protect our rights.
In other words and more simple terms, please just give us credit where credit
is due! Links to this website are welcomed and even encouraged. Links are
furnished within to make it as easy as possible to contact the copyrighted
originator for requesting their permission to use. Excerpts from articles should give
credit to the copyrighted author with proper quotes and mention of the
resource. Hopefully with everyone's
understanding and cooperation, there will be no more problems in this
Wishing to know more about copyrights themselves?
Recommended reading and discussion on copyright issues can be
found on Brad Templeton's website.
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act in
Adobe's PDF file format is
also available for you to download directly from our website.
Thanking you in advance for your cooperation and wishing you many happy
hours of research, study, and learning.
~Suzi Morris (Statement revised 03/05/04)
(You will need Adobe's Reader to view the Digital Millennium Copyright
Act PDF file. That
software program is available for a free download from their website. Just
click on the image below to go directly to the Adobe website.)