= Copyrights and Fair Use =
This web page makes use of computer code, images and software which are copyrighted by their respective owners. It is the maintainer's belief that this work, in its present form, may constitute ''fair use'' under the U.S. Copyright Law.
* This work is entirely non-profit and non-commercial.
* This work is educational: the purpose of this website is to teach people personal computer history by allowing them to compare and contrast historic personal computers while interacting with computer software from the era.
* I have included only as much copyrighted material as is necessary to meet these goals (i.e. allowing the computers to fully boot so that users can interact with them).
* I believe nothing presented here diminishes the market value of any product which is presently being sold: even in cases where a descendant of a product still exists, I have restricted my selections to early and obsolete versions.
* I believe the use is transformative: these computers, in their original purpose, allowed the user to do productive work; here, they are presented as historical artefacts that are not practical for that use (due to limitations on the ability to save work or print documents, for example).
'''Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer and I do not have a legal background. These are my own interpretations. Those wishing to do something similar or expanding upon my ideas should not take the above as legal advice.'''
== Trademarks and Logos ==
The trademarks and logos used in this web page refer to the actual computers that are represented, but neither these emulated computers nor this website should be confused the actual products. This website is a fansite and represents the work and opinions of a private individual. This website has no connection to the companies that created these products. All trademarks belong to their respective owners.
== Request for Content Removal or Permission to Use ==
It is my desire that this website honors those who have created such software and that such use is welcome.
If you are the copyright holder of any material presented in this website, and you do not wish to have your material presented in this site, please contact me at ''firstname.lastname@example.org'' indicating the content you would like removed.
Conversely, if you wish to explicitly grant me permission to use your material as a show of support to my project, please let me know. Your generosity will be acknowledged in the website.
== References ==
# http://www.stmaryslawjournal.org/pdfs/gorman.pdf (via wikipedia)