We publish content in many forms. Of all forms of content, we allow only articles to be republished. Of these, only original Fair Observer articles can be reposted.
You can only republish up to four of Fair Observer’s original articles per month for free. Note, you cannot use our content for commercial purposes. This means you cannot sell it in any form.
Content provided by partner institutions such as Knowledge@Wharton cannot be republished without the express permission of these institutions. Likewise, images under copyright cannot be used without authorization from the companies or individuals that own the material.
When you republish, the following conditions apply:
1) You cannot sell our content.
2) You can put our content on pages with advertisements, but you cannot sell advertisements specifically against our stories.
3) You will publish the original content without editing the material, except for amendments to time, location and editorial style. If you wish to make further edits, you will need authorization from our editor and the author(s) prior to republishing.
4) You have to credit the author(s) of the content on the byline.
5) You have to credit us by including this line at the end of the piece, with a link back to the original: “This article was originally published on Fair Observer.”