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The text, images and illustrations published in +1 are covered by a Creative Commons license, in other words, they are owned by whoever created them, although it is possible to share them with certain restrictions, which are summarised here.


In short, everything that appears in +1 can be used in other formats as long as the name of the author and the page number are specified.


If articles published in our magazine circulate and go viral of course that is fine, in fact we would be delighted, but we would be grateful if anyone who uses our publications could please specify the name of the author and the source (in other words, our website). If the publication is for commercial purposes, then we would also be grateful if you could let us know by writing to sumanthistories@uic.es. We will study each request and provide you with a response.


Although the Editorial Board does not necessarily share the opinions of the authors, it is responsible for the content alongside authors, although this is not the case for the comments section.  We would like to encourage all readers to comment on our articles, as long as what is written is of good quality and polite, respecting the opinions and integrity of others. All comments will be moderated.


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Interested parties may exercise their right to access, rectify, cancel or oppose the usage of their personal data by writing to the following address datos@uic.es, or by sending a letter to the Universitat Internacional de Catalunya (Immaculada, 22, 08017 Barcelona).