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Users are not allowed any form of public use of copyrighted works (according to the State Intellectual Property Office, public use of a copyrighted work is “any use of a copyrighted work that is accessible to the public or use in a space accessible to members of the public, as well as public access to a work of authorship at a time and place of their choice (via the Internet).”
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These conditions apply from January 1, 2020.