RSS Cloud permissions
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Please respect the wishes expressed below by RSS Cloud in regards to using the website content published here as a reference for your own work.

Copyright & Reprinting

The content featured on RSS Cloud is written exclusively by and for and is protected by copyright.

In Entirety

You may, under no circumstances, reproduce any articles on in whole, whether digitally online or physically in a print medium.

In Portions

Portions, such as quotations, are allowed for use under the permission of RSS Cloud contingent upon you using proper attribution. Proper attribution is text explicitly linking to the original source, for online usage, or a very similar citation in print format. Please consider the following as a general suggestion on how to achieve this:

Reprinted with permission from the original article published by RSS Cloud.


The content on may be translated into languages other than English without prior permission or notice, under the following conditions:

A suggested citation for use online or in print is as follows:

Translated from the original article published by RSS Cloud.


The featured images appearing on articles are created by RSS Cloud using a combination of my own work and using copyright-free, publicly offered graphics. These may be used in your re-publication. Other images (those not appearing at the top of our content) may belong to RSS Cloud entirely or licensed for use by RSS Cloud. Because we do not designate which are which, we ask you not to reprint these images in order to protect the rights of the original graphic designers or photographers.

If you find that any of your own images are being used by RSS Cloud without proper attribution or prior consent, please contact me and it will be removed immediately.

Benjamin Crawford RSS Cloud Author
Benjamin Crawford
Ben has been an internet afficionado since grade school. He now works professionally in the cloud industry after receiving networking, security, & analytics certifications. RSS Cloud is his personal project where he shares his insights with those trying to make decisions about their own cloud computing needs. Made with love <3.