MereMart.com honors all U.S. and international copyright and trademark rights, regulations and laws. All images and documents posted on our website, other marketplaces or in social media are used either with explicit permission or within the Fair Use doctrine, which allows for the use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies, for purposes such as criticism, evaluation or research. Some portion of MereMart.com content is public domain and open source.
It is not our intent to cause any harm, implicit or explicit, to copyright owners. MereMart.com is a social enterprise company that does not compete, directly or indirectly, with content owners or their commercial, artistic, or other ownership interests, or seek or produce pecuniary value by its activities. It is our policy to respond promptly to any claim that posted content infringes on copyright or other intellectual property. MereMart.com uses reasonable efforts to investigate notices of alleged Infringement and will take appropriate action under applicable intellectual property law, including removing or disabling access to the content claimed to be infringing.
To notify MereMart.com of a possible copyright infringement you must submit your notice in writing to the attention of “Copyright Infringement” to firstname.lastname@example.org and include in your notice a detailed description of the alleged infringement sufficient to enable us to make a reasonable determination. Please note that you may be held accountable for damages, including costs and attorneys’ fees, for misrepresenting that any content is infringing a copyright.
Our magazine images, prints, and other documents are faithful reproductions of products we physically hold in stock at MereMart.com. This content is created by MereMart.com personnel and is the copyright property of our company. The purpose of these graphic representations is to provide our customers with complete information about magazines before purchase. For example, our proprietary search allows customers to investigate magazine Tables of Content and is designed for strictly educational purposes.
We offer a scanned cover print service to our customers, so they can research the condition of specific collectible products before purchase. The cover prints are free and are intended to be used for evaluation purposes only. The fees charged to produce such prints cover only the cost of materials, packaging and shipping. We do not enjoy any financial or other profits from this operation. Under no circumstances do we share our high-resolution images in digital format, as they can easily be reproduced, distributed, or otherwise used to infringe our and other copyrights.
Magazine holiday art posters sold on MereMart.com are produced with either written explicit permission of copyright owners or otherwise are public domain images. MereMart.com explicitly permits the hosting and use of third-party photographs that carefully reproduce a two-dimensional public domain work. For more information you may refer to Bridgeman v. Corel (1999) case and consider legal advice in your jurisdiction.
All the content of this website, except that of public domain or open access, is the property of MereMart.com. Any partial or total reproduction of this content, by any means and on any support, is subject to prior and express authorization by MereMart.com. All information, content, files and software offered by our services is protected by International law concerning intellectual ownership and copyright.
All fraudulent use of our content that violates the rights held by a third party constitutes an offense of forgery, which is punished under the Intellectual Property Code. MereMart.com will not, under any circumstances, be held responsible if a user violates rights held by a third party through his activities on the site.