browse contests |  register 

Help Center

What belongs to who and why?
Offering you creation in the Marketplace or submitting it for a contest you declare that you are the creation?s author and you own its copyright, as well as all the external elements that you might have used according to create it. During the contest, or when they are in the Marketplace, they remain your own property.
If you win a contest or sell your work on the Marketplace, all copyrights are transferred to the buyer. You also agree not to touch the integrity of the work anymore. This mean that the buyer can do any corrections and improvements he feels appropriate to his needs.
If you change your mind, i.e. you decide to exercise your right to the integrity of work - you will be fined and will be obliged to pay 3 times the amount that you earned for the creation.

Related topics

We care about your copyrights, they are 100% safe on our platform. All source files, which you...
See more >
All creations submitted to our Service are protected with Polish Copyright Law from 4 February...
See more >
Nobody can use, relocate and modify your work unless it is bought.Your creation also can not be...
See more >
All data you upload to the Service are strictly protected. We only collect the data, which is...
See more >
Find out more about Copyright agreement in our rules and regulations. Using the Service is...
See more >
The main rule is that your work must be 100% original. In case of a logotype design, you can not...
See more >
This kind of elements can be used, in moderation, in larger projects like websites or leaflets,...
See more >
You can use open source fonts, system fonts and fonts for which you own the license. You can use...
See more >
Wingdings font is copyrighted, therefore you cannot use it in your work. If you use other fonts,...
See more >
You can use such elements only if they are minor part of a larger creation or if you modify them...
See more >
innovative economy
European Union
© 2012 mintia.com / By using the platform you agree to the Terms and Conditions
Anything wrong? Seeing any errors?
Let us know, it would be MuChLy appreciated
[oh wait! is this an error too? ;-) ]

This website uses cookie files to store information on your computer.

By using Mintia services you are allowing Mintia to use the cookies. You can disable cookies in your browser settings, but please note that some parts of this website may stop working correctly - find out more in our privacy policy.

X