Industrial and intellectual property
Unless otherwise indicated herein, the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) is the owner of all industrial and intellectual property rights on our Facebook page and website, including software, passwords, codes used or supplied in connection with its operation and the material published in it. These works are protected by industrial, intellectual property and copyright laws and international treaties.
You may print and download extracts from our website for your own use, provided that do not modify any document or graphics on it; do not use illustrations, photographs, video or audio sequences or any graphic separate from its corresponding text; a reference is included along with the copied material that points to the IFBB as author and editor.
You agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell or in any manner exploit any part of this page or the IFBB websites or the content, products or services available through them. This includes any collection or use of any list of products, descriptions of our products or services, as well as the download of information from third parties that can be identified in any of the contents of our sites.
You are granted a non-exclusive and revocable license to create a hyperlink to our home page. Your hyperlink should not represent the IFBB, our products and services, our agents, associates and affiliates in any manner or be misleading or false. You may not use our trademarks or logos as part of your link without our prior written consent.
All brands, logos and signs displayed by the IFBB on this page and other websites are the exclusive property of the IFBB and are registered in Spain, Europe and other countries. The IFBB actively protects its brands and logos in all countries where it uses them.
You may not alter or use techniques to alter any of the trademarks, logos or other industrial or intellectual property (including images, texts, page layout or forms) without our prior written consent. You may not use meta tags or any other hidden text using our trademarks without our prior written consent.