“The MagPi”, “we”, “us” and “our” refer to The MagPi LTD.

“The Magazine” refers to the written and graphic material we produce in any electronic or physical medium.

“The Website” refers to the website located at

“Source Code” refers to the code printed in The Magazine, or elsewhere, which is intended to be entered into a computer system.


The Magazine

Creative Commons License

The Magazine is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License with the understanding that you may profit from the use of any content in The Magazine, but NOT by reproducing The Magazine itself, or any articles within, in any medium including but not limited to physical or electronic copies. Sale of The Magazine is only allowed by those specifically licensed by The MagPi. This implies that multiple copies of the magazine may be printed for private use within family households, schools or other institutions.

While every endeavour is taken to ensure the information published in The Magazine is correct at the time of publication, we cannot be held liable for any information that is missing or inaccurate.


Source Code

Source Code made available through The Magazine is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.


The Website

You agree that you will not:

(a) post on or transmit to or from The Website any material that is threatening, defamatory, libellous, racist, obscene, pornographic, indecent, offensive, discriminatory, inflammatory, blasphemous, illegal, criminal, involves junk mail, spam or chain letters, is in breach of confidence or privacy or a third party’s rights or which may otherwise cause annoyance or inconvenience;

(b) use The Website for fraudulent or criminal activities;

(c) transmit any virus, logic bombs, Trojan horses, worms, harmful components, corrupted data or other malicious software or harmful data onto The Website;

(d) monitor or copy, or allow others to monitor or copy, our web pages or the content included herein;

(e)”frame” or otherwise simulate the appearance or function of this Website;

(f) attempt to access our systems or reverse-engineer, decompile, disassemble or otherwise tamper with The Website, its content or any software used in connection with The Website;

(g) take any action that interferes with the proper working of or places an unreasonable load on our infrastructure, including but not limited to unsolicited communications, attempts to gain unauthorised access, or transmission or activation of computer viruses.

The MagPi is not responsible for the content of, and does not endorse, any websites linked to from The Website.


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About these Terms

We may modify these terms at any time. You should look at the terms regularly. We’ll post notice of modifications to these terms on this page.

If there is any inconsistency between these terms and the additional terms, the additional terms will prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.

These terms govern the relationship between The MagPi and you. They do not create any third party beneficiary rights.

If you do not comply with these terms and we do not take action immediately, this doesn’t mean that we are giving up any rights that we may have (such as taking action in the future).

If it turns out that a particular term is not enforceable, this will not affect any other terms.