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The audiovisual material (still images, moving images and sound sequences) made available on the website of the Audiovisual Services of the European Commission is offered free of charge for EU-related information and education purposes, unless otherwise stated hereafter or in the terms of use accompanying each individual file. For any use not authorised by this copyright notice and the terms of use accompanying each individual file, prior clearance must be obtained from the Central Audiovisual Library of the European Commission. .

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  • Moving images (videos) presented as "Cartoon", "Clip", "College", "Documentary", "Generic", "Graphics", "Magazine" or "Music" may not be edited and must be shown in their entirety, unless prior authorisation by the Central Audiovisual Library has been obtained.
  • All other kinds of moving images (videos) available on this website may be edited for EU information and education purposes.
  • The European Commission shall not object to the use of images of the Berlaymont, Charlemagne, Tour Madou and Breydel buildings of the European Commission for non-commercial EU-related information and education purposes on condition that proper credit is given to the architects:
    Berlaymont:
    Architects: Architects: Lucien De Vestel, Jean Gilson, A&J Polak; Renovation: Berlaymont 2000
    Breydel:
    Architects: André and Jean Polak, Marc Vanden Bossche and Johan Van Dessel
    Charlemagne:
    Architect: Jacques Cuisinier; Renovation: Murphy/Jahn and Arias Architectes et Ingénieurs associés
    Tour Madou:
    Architect: Robert Goffaux; Renovation: Architect Assar + Archi 2000. Lead Architect: Assar
  • Images showing buildings other than the aforementioned or showing artworks or identifiable persons that are not public figures may only be used to meet the needs of current news coverage. Any other use of these images is forbidden without prior permission of the right holder(s).
  • In no event shall the European Commission or its agents or officers be liable for any damages whatsoever (including, without limitation, damages for copyright infringement) arising out of the use of or inability to use the aforementioned images of buildings, artworks or identifiable persons, even if the European Commission has been advised of the possibility of such use.
  • The making available or communication to the public on any website, medium or physical storage format of audiovisual material containing music is subject to prior clearance of the music rights by the user with the author(s) and/or the national collecting society.

Credit:
Users are requested to refer to the credit which accompanies each individual file. Where this is not found, please quote the following copyright:

© European Union, 2018

Despite all our efforts, we have not yet succeeded in identifying the authors and rights holders for some audiovisual material.
If you believe that you may be a rights holder, we invite you to contact the Central Audiovisual Library of the European Commission.


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