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I am not 'reviewing or criticising the contents of the Articles, Newsletters etc'. 'I’m writing an online training course for a training company which plans to sell it' - as I said in my question. So I would like to know 'the maximum extent to which I can quote from the following sources without asking permission:Newspaper articlesMagazine articlesOnline newslettersBooksAcademic researchAnnual reports and accounts of multinational corporations and banks.
Can you tell me this please?
I don't understand why, with no new information, you have changed your answer. Would you please explain this to me.
You clarified that you were not reviewing or assessing the work when using it in your online training courses. If you were reviewing or assessing it in your training course write up, then you would have been able to use it under the "Fair Dealing" exclusions as advised by me previously.
The other exclusion that may apply to you is the "Teaching" one, see below:
Several exceptions allow copyright works to be used for educational purposes, such as:
The above appears here: https://www.gov.uk/exceptions-to-copyrightHope this clarifies
I had read that I could quote up to 50 words of a newspaper article and 300 words of a book. Is this true?
Surely I can quote from an annual report?