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IEEE is dedicated to keeping its members and authors safe from the effects of piracy. Piracy of IEEE intellectual property hurts not only IEEE as an organization, but also IEEE members, subscribers, and authors.
The effects of piracy are widespread. However, they may have some direct consequences on IEEE, IEEE members, and IEEE authors. For example:
For these reasons, IEEE monitors various forms of intellectual property misuse. For example, IEEE staff members track usage reporting and employ the use of real-time monitoring tools to detect excessive usage or sharing of IEEE accounts. When cases of possible misuse surface, the individual is notified and is expected to take measures to ensure IEEE content is being protected. In cases of extreme misuse, access may be suspended or terminated.
Should you become aware of any unauthorized use of IEEE intellectual property, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you feel your username and password may have been shared or stolen, please contact IEEE customer service at email@example.com.
The sharing of login information for an IEEE member subscription is strictly prohibited. IEEE reserves the right to suspend or terminate member subscriptions that engage in unauthorized sharing of credentials.
IEEE offers individual subscription options. To learn more about individual IEEE digital subscriptions, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that member subscriptions are intended for individuals, not institutions. Should your organization be interested in obtaining a subscription, read more about the benefits of an IEEE organizational subscription, or visit innovate.ieee.org.