Copyright Statement
I.    When a user views or uses “NCAF Granted Project Database” (hereinafter referred to as the Website), he/she is deemed to have fully accepted and understood all the specifications in this statement, relevant laws and regulations of the Republic of China, and all international networking regulations and accepted practices, and may not use the Website for any illegal purpose.
II.    Users can freely view and use this Website or download relevant materials that are expressly provided for download on the Website, provided they are for personal and non-commercial purposes only and are cited in accordance with relevant intellectual property laws.
III.    Any commercial establishment or organization may not republish, reproduce, distribute, publicly broadcast, or publish the contents of the Website in any form without NCAF’s written consent.
IV.    All works and materials on the Website, including texts, pictures, and images, are protected by the Copyright Act of the Republic of China, and may not be reproduced, altered, edited, republished, or utilized via any other illegal methods, without the legal authorization of the National Culture and Arts Foundation (NCAF) and the creators.
V.    The copyrights of websites linked through hyperlinks on the Website belong to the construction or maintenance units of these websites.
VI.    Any personal or non-commercial website may connect to the Website via a hyperlink, which shall be directed to the home page of the Website.
I.    The Website has taken all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy and completeness of the information on the Website at the time of its publication. The Website shall not be held responsible for any loss or damage incurred through using or citing the information on the Website. The Website also has the right to delete, suspend or edit the materials published on the Website any time to protect its rights and interests.
II.    The Website endeavors to maintain its security based on its existing material and human resources, but cannot guarantee its absolute security or absence of vulnerabilities, errors, viruses, or other types of malware (including those implanted by other and third parties).