The short answer: yes. When in doubt, consider the matter to be under copyright and if you desire to use the work or portions of it, contact the copyright holder and request written permission. People often assume that internet material is free for the taking since getting to the material was free, i.e. you didn’t pay a subscription to read the work. While the work may be free to read the copyright laws that apply to traditional printed material also apply to material found on websites.
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