ref: http://www.umuc.edu/library/copy.shtml#no QUOTE... What Cannot be Copyrighted?Works in the public domain: Ideas are in the public domain. Facts are in the public domain. Words, names, slogans, or other short phrases also cannot be copyrighted. However, slogans, for example, can be protected by trademark law. Blank forms. Government works, which include: Judicial opinions. Public ordinances. Administrative rulings. Works created by federal government employees as part of their official responsibility. Works for which copyright wasn't obtained or copyright has expired (extremely rare!). QUOTE ENDs I wish to promote another website on my site, by taking information from the other site (this must be public info surely) with print screens images etc, I am doing this with out the other site permission. There will be no downloads from my domain of the other sites products, and there will links back to the site in question. This must be legal in not in breach of any copyright, no matter if I have permission or not. Is this the case ??