Pen2Print Membership

Pen2Print is designed to contribute to a better use of scientific information. In view of maintaining a certain level of focus and coherence as well as to ensure the respect of the rights of other users and third parties, Pen2Print Global Scholars should strictly abide by the following publication guidelines. Any material that is considered as not compatible with these guidelines can be partly or entirely removed by Pen2Print without prior notice. Material is here to be understood as material including, without limitation, text, video, graphics and sound material, published on our website.
Accepting the respect of these guidelines is mandatory to be a member of  Pen2Print. In any event, the members (individuals or legal entities) publishing material via its communication tools accept, to the extent permitted at law, the full responsibility of any direct or indirect subsequent prejudice or legal consequences (e.g. violation of someone’s intellectual, property or human rights). Although we take no responsibility, it will however, as described below, undertake efforts to minimize the existence of inappropriate material on Pen2Print. In cases of unambiguously proven violation of someone’s rights, the Commission will take the necessary measure to remove, with the shortest possible delay, the material from the site.
The members of Pen2Print Global Scholars Association should only publish or transmit material that is unambiguously relevant to the GIF objective;
The material published or transmitted must not be illegal, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, libellous, vulgar, obscene, threatening for the private lives of other people, hateful, racist or objectionable in any other way;
In particular the material must not contain messages of a violent or pornographic nature or be likely to constitute a major affront to human dignity; Contain incitement to commit crimes or offences; Contain incitement to discrimination, hatred or violence on the basis of race, ethnic origin, nationality, beliefs or religion; Contravene intellectual property rights and, in general, the property rights of other people (e.g. patents, trade marks, trade secrets, etc.);
    Pursue a commercial goal;
    More generally, the material published or transmitted must abide by the Charter of Fundamental Rights and respect fundamental ethical principles.
    On the basis of the above guidelines, we reserve the right not to publish certain material or, as mentioned earlier, to remove them partially or entirely.