Copyright Policy & Terms of Use





This copyright policy sets out how our website users are allowed to use our content. We reserve the right to make any changes to this policy at any time. Using our content including images and text without prior permission or without adhering to the following guidelines infringes our copyright policy and therefore can result in personal and corporate liability.


How To Use Our Content


  • You can link to our articles and images from your website or blog using the full URL (including the https://).

  • You can share your links with your friends or send them in emails or texts.

  • View or store our content for your personal use on any device.

  • Print single copies of articles or images on paper for your personal or educational use.

  • You are not allowed to scrape or mine data from temehu.com.

  • You are not allowed to store any of our data in any database or spreadsheet.

  • You are not allowed to frame any of our web pages or content.


  • Copying: copyright law does allow limited republication for certain limited purposes, but it does not allow copying entire articles or complete web pages. We understand the need to share information and therefore you are allowed to copy a paragraph or two to paste in your website or blog providing you include a hypertext link to the original article, so that readers can read more if they need to confirm with the source.

  • You are also allowed to summarise some of our content for redistribution providing you include a hypertext link to the source article. By "summarise" we mean content not exceeding 100 words.

  • You are not allowed to copy entire articles to paste in your website or blog or to republish or redistribute in any media, except those articles published under the Creative Commons Licence (see below for further details).

  • Images: we receive numerous emails seeking permission to use some of our images for personal or research purposes. We can answer such requests in advance by stating that using our content or images for commercial purposes requires written permission from us. However, for personal or educational use you are allowed to use a maximum of three images from our website without further authorisation from us providing you link each image via a hypertext link to the source webpage, or note the source page below the image.

    Using our images without adhering to these conditions violates our copyright policy.



Example: how to use one of our images

The Libyan Goddess

( Photo Source: https://www.temehu.com/postal-stamps.htm )

The above example shows how you can use one of our images: either link the image to the actual web page where the image is found (in this case https://www.temehu.com/postal-stamps.htm), or just use  plain text without linking (as shown above).




Redistributing Entire Articles


Only the articles that include the "Creative Commons License" can be copied entirely for personal and research use without seeking any written authorisation from us. For example, take a look at this Article: https://www.temehu.com/Temehu.htm  . When copying one of these articles you need to make sure to:

  • Required: pay proper attribution by saying, at the top of the copied article, where the article is taken from and the author's name or the name of the website if the article carries no name. It is common practice to link back to the original source via a hypertext link so that readers can follow the link for further information and for confirmation.

  • Required: keep the License notice given at the end of each article as it is. Removing the licence notice violates the copyright policy. The license states that the notice must be copied as it is.

  • Optional: disallow your article in your robots.txt file. Google strongly advises webmasters to ask those who copy their content for republishing to block the copied version with a robots.txt or via a meta tag. This will ensure Google results will always be fresh and original, instead of  providing duplicate content but with different URLs. We understand that Google has the technology to automatically configure such cases, but there is no harm in redistributing content the right way:

    To block indexing via the meta tag, you can place this line between the <head> and </head> tags: 
    <meta name="robots"  content="noindex, nofollow">

    To block via the robots text:
    If you already have a robots.txt, then just add this line:
    DISALLOW:  /filename.htm
    (making sure you change "filename.htm" with actual name of the copied file as listed in your own website).




Data Mining


You agree not to take part in any manual activity or automated activity using  agents, robots, scripts, electronic devices, software or spiders to access, monitor, scrape data, mine data, lift images, copy or transfer any part of our website temehu.com or our services (including without limitation any user data or any files found in the website temehu.com including unpublished data and files stored at the site). Doing so infringes our copyright policy and violates our terms and conditions and therefore can result in personal and corporate liability.






All downloads provided by Temehu.com are scanned and found to be 100% free from any maleware. All downloads are here provided "as is", without any kind of warranty, express or implied. In no event shall temehu.com and Temehu Tourism Services be liable for any claim, damages or other liability arising from, out of or in connection with the downloaded files or the use or other dealings in the files. You are free to redistribute the PDF files as they are for personal use only. Copyright notes found within some of the files (like Google's copyright note for archived books, or Temehu.com's copyright note for translated documents) must stay intact.


Thank You.