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E-aineistojen käyttöehdot: Financial Times


FT News, Industry-specific insight and analysis, surveys, reports, and company information.

In addition to the online newspaper, covers, among other things

  • eight year archives
  • entrance to all the special reports and supplements
  • special tools for sharing the contents with other users and for saving the contents
  • (launchedespecially for academic communities)

Authorised user

Authorised user

  • individuals who are employed or contracted by the School/University for the purpose of providing teaching, lecturing, supervising or other educational services
  • full-time or part-time students who are enrolled on an academic course at the School/University



Permitted use

Authorised users may


  • read content for internal business use, personal use and for research, educational, teaching and current awareness purpose
  • use the content in accordance with Usage Rights
  • Only the students and staff of University of Turku can utilize the additional features of the service:

    • alert messages
    • FT Clippings and Annotation tools


  • view FT Content for your personal use on any device that is compatible with or any FT application (this might be your PC, laptop, smartphone, tablet or other mobile device) and store FT Content on that device for your personal use


  • print single copies of articles on paper for your personal use

Sharing articles and links

  • share articles published at using out ‘Email article’ tool to email addresses of individuals (in the University of Turku)
  • share links to articles by using the article tools we make available at the foot of each article

Publishing online

  • publish online, the original FT headline and a link to the FT article (on and the first 140 characters of an article


  • forward the original FT headline and a link to the FT article (on and the first 140 characters of an article to other individuals

RSS feeds


  • These are the conditions you must comply with in order to produce summaries
    • you source FT as the author of any article from which you have derived a summary by way of an attribution such as “[journalist name] at the Financial Times reported that”, with a hypertext link from the word “Financial Times” to the original story published on
    • in the case of abstracts, you make clear that the abstract has been produced by you by stating “this abstract from the Financial Times was produced by [name]”, with a hypertext link from the word “Financial Times” to the original story published on
    • you ensure that your summaries do not in whole or in part form a Substitute for FT’s own products and services
    • organisation may create, republish or redistribute no more than ten summaries in aggregate each day
    • you do not use or create summaries that promote or endorse any product or service

Prohibited use

Authorised users may not

Commercial use

  • copy, cut and paste, email, reproduce, publish, distibute, redistribute, broadcast, transmit, modify, adapt, edit, abstract create derivative works of, store, archive public display, sell or in any way commercially exploit any content
  • use the content for the purposes of endorsement of a business, product or service

Copying and publishing

  • copy, publish, republish or redistribute headlines in any way other than as permitted by the “Permitted Use” section above
  • copy, publish, republish or redistribute, communicate or disseminate to third parties full text articles, photographs, graphics, tables or images in any way (unless you share articles published at using our ‘Email article’ tool to send articles to email addresses of individuals)
  • create derivative works from the FT Content, unless you are creating summaries as described in the “Permitted Use” section above


  • archive or store any of the FT Content for access by anyone other than yourself
  • create a database in electronic or structured manual form by systematically and/or regularly downloading, caching, printing and storing all or any of the FT Content

Photocopying and scanning

  • photocopy or scan copies of articles (to do this you need a licence from The Newspaper Licensing Agency


  • share your user name and password (which includes PINS) with anyone else
  • frame, harvest or scrape the FT Content or otherwise access the FT Content for similar purposes.
  • remove the copyright or trade mark notice from any copies of FT Content
  • not infringe any of FT's IPRs in, or otherwise misuse, the Content

Remote access

Remote access is permitted for Authorized Users using University of Turku's utu-username.

Additional information

Interlibrary loan

FT headline links cannot be forwarded externally outside of the School/University as part of a charged "paid for" service to external companies, organization or institutions or third party clients or used for commercial gain.