Copyright Policy

Thanks a lot for trying to know about Techtips’s copyright policy. It’s quite possible that the rate of copied contents from different blogs are bigger than the original contents itself, this happens because there are so many blogs nowadays which makes copying of contents rampant.

Respect is reciprocal they say, we guarantee to respect the copyright policy of other sites/blogs, and we also expect you to maintain our copyright policy as well. All content on Tech Tip is copyright protected unless if stated.

The contents gotten from this blog must not be modified, reproduced, sold or be published by any other bloggers without an advance written order.

However, you are not allowed to publish the entire blog post or the step-by-step guide without being authorized or given access to do so. In other words, all other rights are reserved.

You may publish a short snippet of our post but it must link back to the original content of the post in Tech Tip ‘source’.
You may also request permission to use the copyrighted materials on this website by writing to or through the contact form.

Tech Tip takes the protection of its copyright very seriously. If we find out that you have used this blogs copyright contents in contravention of the license above, we may bring legal proceedings against you seeking monetary damages and an injunction to stop you using those copyrighted materials.

Image Policy:

Likewise to other blogs, Tech Tip uses image to elaborate write-ups in details. Each ‘but not all’ images that is owned by Tech Tip inside a content has a watermark of Tech Tip text or logo, while the pictures that doesn’t belong to us is been credited with the sites name. These credits are found inside/outside, on/below the image as a form of text.

Hence, you are authorized to use any of our image so far you credit them properly. If you notice any material on this blog that you believe infringes your or any other person’s copyright, please report this by email to or by post to CamonLight contact form so as to remove or to give credit properly.


Before reporting any copyrighted image(s) to us, please ensure that you have a solid evidence as a proof to claim those images, if not, we may not adhere to your request.