We strive to create a publically-available, free, open-access resource that complies with copyright laws. We expect that our members will be use resources appropriately and within their local legal rights.
In general, our resources are only available to logged-in members who only use the resources only for academic research. In this way, we are somewhat like eprint, self-archive, and bibliography sites, such as SSRN, ResearchGate, or Zotero.
We believe that our restricted access complies with fair use (in the US) and fair dealing (in Canada and the UK). If, however, you are a copyright holder and believe materials are being used inappropriately, please contact the Editor in Chief. Similarly, we will also honor requests by individual copyright holders who wish to remove materials.