Copyright Information

Last updated: October 2019

Thank you for using Summit!

Everything in this page applies to and should be clear to everyone who wishes to use Summit ("Summit", "Us", "Our", "we"), our software, services, documentation, and services provided by Summit for third parties (our "Products"), and/or services for third parties hosted by Summit ("Third-Party Products"). Your use of these services are governed by laws for Akron, Ohio, United States of America ("USA"), and international law. By accessing and/or using this content, you agree to all terms on this page. Be sure to read this page, and all terms and conditions carefully, and understand it in entirety.

What is Copyright

Copyright laws are designed to protect original works and their creators. These laws vary by country and region. Copyright owners are granted the rights to control uses of their works. For this reason content may require permission before being used so that you don't infringe on anyone else's copyrights, trademarks, or other rights. You are responsible for obtaining permissions and licenses before using any content.

Summit acknowledges and respects these rights granted to creators, and we ask that those using our sites and services do the same.

Your cooperation on these issues make it possible for us to continue providing products.

Copyright Claims

If you believe your copyrighted work is accessible on our sites, uploaded by us or from a user (in their user-generated content), please email us at copyright@summit.tildex.com as soon as possible. In the email please identify who you are, what kind of content is being distributed, an exact link to the illegal content, and contact information such as phone numbers or a reply-to email address.

Reporting Piracy

Piracy and counterfeiting are serious problems within many industries, not only for us but also users.

Many pirated programs, documents, and other projects may also have unauthorized modifications made to them. This means there may be bugs, viruses/malware, and or other things that could cause serious harm to your devices, and other people's devices. We disallow storing, distributing, promoting, or encouraging use of such programs in our Terms of Service for this very reason.

If you believe that our software, documents, or other proeucts are being distributed, copied, or sold without our licenses or permission. please email us at copyright@summit.tildex.com as soon as possible.

Use of Website Contents and Screenshots

Website Contents

You may use Summit Website Contents with written permission. To obtain permission, please email us at webmaster@summit.tildex.com. In the email please identify who you are, what content you want to use, a link to the content you want to use, what the content is being used for, a link to relevant information regarding your use, and contact information such as phone numbers or a reply-to email address. Licenses are fully-revocable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, and non-transferrable. Commercial use depends on the granted license. This does not constitute or imply a transfer of ownership, title, rights, or interests. We reserve the right to terminate permission at any time, notifying you of the termination, and we may revise or withdraw the grant at any time, with or without notice. License requests are done on a case-by-case basis, depending on the information provided. Our content may not constitute more than 20% of your work, unless explicitly granted. Attributions and links to the original content are required.

Screenshots

If you want to use Summit product screenshots in a published work, such as a book, white paper, website, etc. You will need to obtain written permission to use more than ten (10) screenshots. To obtain permission, please email us at webmaster@summit.tildex.com. In the email please identify who you are, what content you want to use, a link to the content you want to use, what the content is being used for, a link to relevant information regarding your use, and contact information such as phone numbers or a reply-to email address. Licenses are fully-revocable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, and non-transferrable. Commercial use depends on the granted license. This does not constitute or imply a transfer of ownership, title, rights, or interests. We reserve the right to terminate permission at any time, notifying you of the termination, and we may revise or withdraw the grant at any time, with or without notice. License requests are done on a case-by-case basis, depending on the information provided. Our content may not constitute more than 20% of your work, unless explicitly granted. Attributions and links to the original content are required.

General Grant for Non-Profit Use Only

If you don't have an explicit license, you are granted a fully-revocable, non-exclusive, non-sublicensable, non-transferrable license, for non-profit use only, as stated by the Summit General Content License. This does not constitute or imply a transfer of ownership, title, rights, or interests. We reserve the right to terminate permission at any time, notifying you of the termination. We may also revise or withdraw these general permissions at any time, with or without notice. The content used must not constitute more than 10% of your work. You may also not use more than ten (10) screenshots, also not constituting more than 10% of your work. Attributions and links to the original content are required.

Disclaimers and Acknowledgements

Glider (Hacker Emblem)

The Glider "Hacker Emblem" has been released to the public domain by it's creator. More information can be found here.