How to Secure Permission for Reproduction
Albert Einstein’s writings and The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein are protected under the copyright of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the publishing right of Princeton University Press. All rights are reserved. Reproduction of Einstein’s writings is permitted through licenses in print, digital, visual, and audio media. To reproduce material for publication in print, digital, or any other form, including but not limited to the uses listed below, you need to obtain written permission in advance from Princeton University Press.
- Publication in any hard copy form (i.e. book, periodical).
- Use in television, film, or video.
- Publication in any electronic form.
- Duplication in any networked or public site, or in any “virtual library” (but you may incorporate the URL for certain material, though not the material itself, in your personal hypertext).
- Public display in any form of electronic or hard copy (except for a single copy for use in an academic lecture of seminar).
- Duplication by photocopying or any other means for use in any teaching pack.
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