Terms of Service

At TEDx­Can­ber­ra, our goal is to spread ideas, and we encour­age you to share TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks widely. Of course, some import­ant restric­tions do apply. Any use of TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks has to fol­low the terms of our Cre­at­ive Com­mons license “Attri­bu­tion – Non­Com­mer­cial – Non­De­riv­at­ive” and the guidelines below, which may be updated from time to time. If you need any fur­ther cla­ri­fic­a­tions after review­ing the fre­quently asked ques­tions below, please email us at hello@tedxcanberra.org.

Are TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks copy­righted?

Yes, they are. Cre­at­ive Com­mons licens­ing doesn’t replace copy­right – which remains undi­vided with TEDx­Can­ber­ra.

What does the TEDx­Can­ber­ra Cre­at­ive Com­mons license allow?

We make TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks avail­able under the Cre­at­ive Com­mons license “Attri­bu­tion – Non­Com­mer­cial – Non­De­riv­at­ive” in order to allow non-com­mer­cial entit­ies (like blog­gers, edu­cat­ors and groups of friends) to use them freely and eas­ily. Import­ant restric­tions apply, though, par­tic­u­larly for cor­por­a­tions. TEDxCanberra’s Cre­at­ive Com­mons BY-NC-ND license allows you to dis­play TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks under the fol­low­ing con­di­tions:

  • Attri­bu­tion (BY): You must expli­citly ref­er­ence TEDx­Can­ber­ra as the ori­gin­al source of the mater­i­als, and TEDxCanberra’s logos with­in the videos and visu­als as well as those of the TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks spon­sors remain untouched and uned­ited.
  • Non­Com­mer­cial (NC): You can’t use TEDx­Can­ber­ra Talks (or any parts of them) for com­mer­cial pur­poses. If you are a com­pany wish­ing to cre­ate a TEDx­Can­ber­ra branded con­tent offer­ing, you will require a Dis­tri­bu­tion Part­ner License Agree­ment with TEDx­Can­ber­ra.
  • Non­De­riv­at­ive (ND): You can­not alter the videos in any way. This means you can­not edit, remix, cut, shorten, add over­lays to them, or, well, alter them in any way.
  • These con­di­tions can be mod­i­fied only by expli­cit per­mis­sion of TEDx­Can­ber­ra. The com­plete text of the license can be seen on the Cre­at­ive Com­mons (CC) license.