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Restrictions on Use of Materials
What’s Fab Magazine’s Website and its contents are the property of What’s Fab Magazine or its licensors and are protected, without limitation, pursuant to Canadian and foreign copyright and trademark laws. Reproduction, duplication, or distribution of What’s Fab Magazine and/or all or any part of its contents for anything other than your personal, non-commercial use is a violation not only of these Terms and Conditions but also of copyright and trademark laws (unless you have written permission from What’s Fab Magazine). The content on What’s Fab Magazine’s Website is made available to you for non-commercial, personal, or educational purposes only. The content may not be modified in any manner and the intellectual property notice must be included on every display and copy of the content. No other use is permitted. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring any right under any copyright of What’s Fab Magazine or any other person who owns the copyright in the content provided on What’s Fab Magazine’s Website.
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Last updated: February 1, 2012