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A) Articles from Scoop.me
All articles published from Scoop.me can be republished for free, either translated or in the original language. You can use them for commercial and non-commercial purposes. You do not need to ask permission from or provide credit to Scoop.me, although it is appreciated when you refer and set a link to Scoop.me and the original author.
We know it is challenging to cover all the important issues, to invest resources in research and disseminate important news quickly and accurately – especially for independent reporting trying to overcome the right-wing and conservative media paradigm. We therefore provide our articles and stories for free republishing without the need to give credit.
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B) Articles from other sources
We publish both self-researched news and articles from other media. News from other media are without exception gathered from reputable journalistic sources. They are free for republishing and translating as well.
As we are not accountable for the content of other media, these articles are licensed under the Creative Common License. In case of republication, please cite the original medium and author as source and set a link to the text on Scoop.me. We again kindly ask you for an informal notification to office(at)scoop.me if possible.