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Notwithstanding the foregoing sentence, users of Market Watch’s RSS news feeds may display only the Market Watch news headlines included as part of the Market Watch RSS news feeds on web sites they own and control for access by end users of such web sites as long as (i) each such headline is hyperlinked directly to the associated full story on the Market Watch web site at which full story may, in Market Watch’s sole discretion, require member registration on Market Watch prior to access and display, (ii) each such headline displayed on the web sites of users of Market Watch’s RSS news feeds includes proper attribution to Market Watch, and (iii) you do not sell the Market Watch headlines or retransmit, disseminate, distribute, publish, broadcast, circulate or commercially exploit the Market Watch headlines in any manner except as expressly permitted herein without the express written consent of Market Watch, Inc., and you do not use the information for any unlawful purpose.
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We are also including the author of each individual news story in the feed alongside each headline. Market Watch and its licensors also reserve all rights in and to the Market Watch news feeds (and all content included therein), including but not limited to United States copyright law and international treaties.
Market Watch reserves the right to require you to cease using the Market Watch headlines from these feeds at any time and for any reason.
Attribution to Market Watch must be provided in connection with your use of the feeds.
Here are some benefits of using RSS: Choose your news With RSS you can choose to view the news you want, the news that interest you and are relevant to your work.
Remove unwanted information With RSS you can (finally) separate wanted information from unwanted information (spam)!If you provide this attribution in text, please use: "Market Watch".If you provide this attribution with a graphic, please use the Market Watch logo that we have included in the feed itself.Thousands of news sources make their content available, free, to users of RSS newsreaders, also known as aggregators. From The New York Times to Wired, and now to Market Watch, readers have the opportunity to pick and choose their favorite news sources quickly and conveniently in one place.Market Watch is providing some of its popular feeds in RSS format for personal, non-commercial use by individuals only.Since RSS data is small and fast-loading, it can easily be used with services like cell phones or PDA's.