What happens if I make copies for non-private use?
Other rules apply if you wish to make copies from a copyrighted work for any use other than private use, or if you wish for the National Library to make such copies for you. In this case you need to have the rightholder's permission.
Non-private use may include, for example, dissemination to a large group of friends, or within an association, using the material for commercial purposes, or if you wish to disseminate it on the Internet. The National Library is responsible for such copies it makes that are not for your private use. We may therefore ask you for additional information about how you plan to use the copies.