Brisnet.com RSS Feeds
Brisnet.com offers free headlines and summaries of recent news for personal, non-commercial use via the RSS format (Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication). RSS is an XML-based format for easily sharing news headlines and summaries for use in your favorite news readers and Web logs (blogs). The feeds include links back to Brisnet.com for the full article, and they update automatically.
To use RSS, you will need a special RSS news reader or aggregator that will allow you to collect and display the RSS content. Brisnet.com does not provide the required news reader or aggregator. There are many different news readers available, many for free, you can use your favorite search engine or search a reputable software provider for a suitable reader. Most news readers are applications that you download and install. Others are web-based services you sign up for that work inside your browser. Some readers run in a pane alongside of your regular browser, some attach to the toolbar area or the bottom of the browser window and crawl the most recent headlines from the sources you choose. There are also aggregators designed to integrate into your website. Brisnet.com does not offer technical support for the various aggregators available, please refer to the vendor or distributor of your news reader/aggregator for help and support
Brisnet.com makes some of its web content available via syndication. XML/RSS icons appear on this RSS Launch page and section pages, indicating those sections available for syndication.
The documents on this World Wide Web server comprise an electronic publication of Brisnet.com(Bloodstock Research Information Services). Brisnet.com's rights in these documents are protected by local copyright laws, and your use of this publication is subject to those same laws. Whether you register as a subscriber or not, you are expected to observe the following rules:
- Syndication feeds are provided "as is" without warranty of any kind. Brisnet.com reserves the right to cancel this service at any time, without notice.
- Individuals may syndicate the content of the sections that are specifically made available for syndication (as indicated by the availability of the RSS icons mentioned above) for personal, noncommercial use without license or fee.
- Non-profit organizations who wish to syndicate the material must obtain a syndication license from Brisnet.com. This syndication license is available at no cost for noncommercial use. For more information, or to obtain a license, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Individuals or organizations who wish to syndicate the material for any purpose other than personal, noncommercial use must obtain a syndication license from Brisnet.com. The fee for these syndication licenses are negotiated on a basis of circulation. For more information, or to obtain a license, email email@example.com.
- Brisnet.com reserves the right to deny syndication licenses at its sole discretion.
- Any uses of Brisnet.com's RSS feeds which are not granted herein are strictly prohibited. Prohibited uses include, but are not limited to, the incorporation of advertising or the placement of advertising associated with or targeted at the content of the RSS. You may not edit or modify the RSS feeds in any manner except as specified herein. RSS feeds may be used only with platforms with a functional link which takes the viewer directly to the full article on the Site. You may not insert any intermediate page, splash page or any other content between the RSS link and the applicable article on the Site. Brisnet.com retains all ownership and other rights in the RSS content and in any and all Brisnet.com logos and trademarks used in connection with RSS feeds. Changes you may make are limited to display typeface, typeface size, typeface color, and linebreaks.
- You may not sell, license, or otherwise assign the use of any of Brisnet.com's material.
- Each syndication use must include a link back to the Brisnet.com home page: http://www.brisnet.com/. The correct reference is included in the Channel Link element of the RSS feed.
- Each syndication use must include the following copyright notice: "Copyright © [year of publication] Brisnet.com. All rights reserved." The correct reference is included in the Channel Description element of the RSS feed.
- Sections that are not made available for syndication (as indicated by the availability of the RSS icons mentioned above) may not be "scraped" or otherwise syndicated in any manner.
Please address any questions or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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