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If you do not agree to be bound by these terms and conditions please do not use the Independent.ie RSS or XML feeds (the Service). These terms and conditions may be modified from time to time; the date of the most recent revisions will appear on this page.
Individuals may use the Service for personal, non-commercial purposes only. All others must obtain our express prior written consent.
You agree not to associate any feeds from the Service with any content that might harm the reputation of this website, its publisher or any contributor
You agree to use the Service only to provide headlines and summary text, each with a functional hyperlink to the associated story on our website that shall display the full contents immediately (e.g. no jump pages or other intermediate or interstitial pages). You further agree not to frame or otherwise control the browser window (if any) in which our content opens, including limiting the size or position of such window
You agree to provide proper attribution to us as the source of the content in reasonable proximity to your use thereof, and you agree that you will not modify the format or branding of the headlines, digests and other information provided in the Service. The Service may not be spliced into or otherwise redistributed by third-party RSS providers. You may not add any content, including any advertisements or other promotional content, to the Service
Use of Independent.ie RSS feeds on your site - we encourage the use of Independent.ie RSS feeds as part of a website or weblog. The only requirement is that you adhere to these Terms and Conditions. We require that the proper format and attribution is used when Independent.ie content appears. The attribution text should read “News from Independent.ie”
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