Before using any materials created or made available by the Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity, users must read and accept the terms on which CAPI makes these items available. The terms constitute a legal agreement between any person who seeks to use information available at www.law.columbia.edu/capi, www.law.columbia.edu/public-integrity, and Columbia University.
In downloading or otherwise employing this information, users indicate that:
- They understand that the materials made available on this website are protected under United States Copyright Law (Title 17, United States Code).
- They will use the material only for education, scholarly, and other noncommercial purposes.
- They will not sell, transfer, assign, license, lease, or otherwise convey any portion of this information to any third party. Republication or display by a third party requires the express written permission of the Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity.
- They understand that the views expressed are those of the publication’s listed author(s). Views expressed in CAPI publications are not necessarily those of CAPI, Columbia University, or CAPI's funders.
- They shall not hold Columbia University liable for any loss or damages resulting from the use of information in CAPI publications.
- The Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity must always be acknowledged in all publications, presentations, or other communications that incorporate or otherwise rely on CAPI publications.
Full credit must be given as follows:
Author(s) or Editor(s) if listed, Full title, Year of publication, Center for the Advancement of Public Integrity, Columbia Law School, www.law.columbia.edu/CAPI