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Author’s Grant of Rights
The author(s) grants to the publisher exclusive first world-wide publication rights in the work, and further grants a non-exclusive license for other uses of the work for the duration of its copyright in all languages, throughout the world, in all media.
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Submitted paper may be published to the IFTA website. The publisher, therefore, requires that the author(s) place his/her submission under the Creative Commons License Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0. Author(s) must include a statement with the submitted paper affirming that the paper is covered by this license. Should an author(s) choose a different licensing method, the author(s) must provide the publisher with information on the license at the time of submission.