|The City of London welcomes links to its website that help
Internet users learn about municipal services, programs and plans. Our only
requirement is that you comply with the following guidelines:
1. Identify the City of London link - please use a description
such as "City of London" or "City of London, Ontario" when you have a text
link to the www.london.ca home
page. Or, if you prefer to have a graphic for your hyperlink to www.london.ca,
select one of the four "button" images appearing at the bottom of this page.
It is not necessary to obtain permission to link to the www.london.ca
home page or to use any of the four "button" images.
2. Request permission if you wish to "deep link" - i.e.,
create a link to any page other than the other than the City of London's
home page www.london.ca. Criteria
for granting permission to deep link with the City's website includes: relevancy
of the page content to the audience and purposes of your website; the extent
and nature of information proposed for use; and, the editorial context of
Please note that when permission is granted to deep link to the City
of London website this poses some risk as the page to which you link may
later move or become unavailable.
Also, while you may receive permission to link to the www.london.ca
website, this does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by the City of
London. To imply in any way that the City of London link represents an endorsement,
recommendation or approval of your website implicitly or explicitly is strictly
forbidden and subject to legal remedies under copyright and intellectual property
rights as well as corporate policies.
Did you know?
The same copyright rules which apply to all copyright works (e.g., books,
manuals, catalogues, magazines, pamphlets, computer software, drawings,
design trade-marks, photographs, maps, computer software, CD- ROMS, videos,
records and films) apply to works found on the Internet.
The Canadian Copyright Act gives copyright owners the legal right to:
- reproduce their own material
- authorize others to reproduce or distribute their material
- grant and retract permission to reproduce or distribute their material