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All students have rights to work with fair use which includes graphics and contents related data can be changed without any permission until it covers under the classroom. There are few restriction are placed that need to avoided such as getting same content from the website cannot be placed in the forum.
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Especially for teachers, the protocols are highly restricted because that may directly affect the copyright owner to lose profit from the site. For example, for giving different task for the students in a classroom they may photocopy part of the textbook. Similarly, download the content from the other site which may cause to get the profit to the publisher from online ads.