Link Policy

Links from INQUIRER.net to other websites
Some of the links found in any webpage of INQUIRER.net and any of its web properties allow you to leave the INQUIRER.net website and take you to other sites on the Web. These linked sites are provided only as a convenient way of giving you related information. The links do not imply that INQUIRER.net endorses or has an ongoing partnership with the linked websites. INQUIRER.net is not responsible for the content of any website it links to, or for the content of any further links in that linked site. INQUIRER.net is not responsible for changes, updates or unavailability of these linked websites. These sites are not under the control of INQUIRER.net, and INQUIRER Company will not be responsible for any inconvenience, harm or damage to equipment caused by the act of following the links to websites outside INQUIRER.net.

Linking to INQUIRER.net

You are free to create a link from your website to any webpage in INQUIRER.net, its news sections and website properties, provided that each link you create in your website clearly states on top, as a form of introduction and acknowledgment, the following words:
“The following link will take you to INQUIRER.net :”

Aside from the link, you may use as reference only the headline of the article, document or text content you want to link from INQUIRER.net to your website.

For example:

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The following link will take you to INQUIRER.net :
Philippine peso up against US dollar
<URL of INQUIRER.net page>

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Creating a link from your website to INQUIRER.net means that you provide a hypertext connection from your webpage to one of ours using an HTML command.

  • You MAY NOT freely create a link from a pay-per-view website. If your website requires users to pay for access or requires users to pay for articles they view, or if your website is composed entirely of links and you charge a fee for access to your site, YOU MAY NOT create a link to INQUIRER.net.
  • You MAY NOT freely create a link that contains a frame. You may link to INQUIRER.net only through a separate browser window, with the URL address of INQUIRER.net clearly visible in the location bar.
  • You MAY NOT freely create a link using the INQUIRER.net logo. Permission is required. Kindly fill out a Syndication Request Form.
  • You MAY NOT freely cut and paste articles. You MAY NOT mirror any text content in any of the INQUIRER.net web properties, that is, copying the content and posting them on your website or storing them in a word processing program, e-mail client or other software.

The above-mentioned linking policies apply not only to website links but also to those forwarded in e-mail, newsgroups and mailing lists.
Previous INQUIRER.net content is available on the Web for about five months. If an article does not appear in a search of our website, that means it is no longer available for linking.
If you agree with the above-mentioned policies and would still want to link with INQUIRER.net , kindly NOTIFY US so that we could see the link at your website.
If you would like to reprint an article no longer available online, or if you want to be authorized to use INQUIRER.net material on a syndication basis, you may contact the INQUIRER.net Syndication Team at syndication@inquirer.net for reprinting and syndication costs and agreements.

UPON DISCOVERY OF VIOLATIONS, INQUIRER.net WILL CALL THE ATTENTION OF THE VIOLATORS OF ITS LINK POLICIES. IF THE VIOLATIONS CONTINUE AFTER THREE WARNINGS, INQUIRER.net WILL TAKE LEGAL ACTION AGAINST THESE SITES.