Reproduction of Images and other copyrighted material found on Web Sites
You should be aware that it is illegal to reproduce or distribute copyrighted material without the permission of the copyright owner.

Accessing images or text provided on Web sites does not give you any rights to use them as you wish. Only the copyright owner, or the owner's legal agent, can give you permission to copy, distribute or publicly display protected material. The copyright owner in most cases is the creator. Images are generally owned by the designer or photographer; text is owned by the author.

Rules for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Enterprise Board Web Site
The copyright of images and other material on the Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Enterprise Board (DLR CEB) Web Site are owned by DLR CEB or the individual copyright owners who have authorised their use on the DLR CEB Web Site.

You may download and reprint images and other information for non-commercial, private purposes only. With the exception of any Sample Digital Images, you may not manipulate or alter in any way images or information on the DLR CEB Web Site without specific permission from DLR CEB or the copyright owner.

Sample Digital Images
You may download, manipulate, reprint, reproduce and share any Sample Digital Images for non-commercial, private purposes only. Any other use requires specific permission from Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Enterprise Board.

You also understand that DLR CEB cannot and does not guarantee or warrant that files available for downloading through this web site will be free of infection or viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other code that manifest contaminating or destructive properties. You are responsible for implementing sufficient procedures and checkpoints to satisfy your particular requirements for accuracy of data input and output, and for maintaining a means for the reconstruction of any lost data.

A detailed explanation of what is meant by non-commercial, private purposes is outlined below, with details of how to obtain permission from DLR CEB if you wish to reproduce or distribute the copyrighted material from this site.


It is difficult to define completely what acceptable non-commercial, private purposes are but here are some examples:

  • Use as a screen saver on your personal computer only,
  • Use on personal documents (such as school assignments),
  • Printing out hard copies for personal use (such as wall art),
  • For learning how to use imaging software applications.

Examples of Unacceptable non-commercial, private purposes include:

  • Use on a Web Site (Even a personal home page)
  • Use on newsletters or brochures
  • Use as packaging or advertising
  • Resale as part of a collection of digital images
  • Making screen savers for resale or distribution
  • Use as background art for any Internet or Web Based system.


Permission Procedures

The following is a list of required information to facilitate your request for permission to reproduce or distribute any DLR CEB's Material for other than non-commercial, private use only. Please send the Required Information by e-mail to [email protected], by fax to +353 (01) 494 8410 or mail to:

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Enterprise Board
Nutgrove Enterprise Park,
Nutgrove Way,
Dublin 14,

Permissions will be granted in writing and returned by facsimile or regular mail.

Required Information:

  1. Your name.
  2. Your company name.
  3. Your address, telephone and facsimile numbers.
  4. Title or description and URL information for images or other material you wish to use from DLR CEB's Web Site. It is very important to include the URL.
  5. Number of pages or images to be used.
  6. Title of your publication or description of your intended use.
  7. Name of publisher.
  8. Medium in which the material will be used (book, article, periodical, brochure, advertisement, on-line etc).
  9. Description and size of intended audience.
  10. Estimated number of copies to be reproduced.
  11. Whether the publication will be distributed for free or sold.
  12. Period and territory in which the material will be distributed.

Responses will be made within 10 working days. Administrative charges or permission fees may be incurred. Permissions will be granted in writing and returned by email, facsimile or regular mail.