How is EB Protecting Your Research
Although EB posters at the virtual meeting will be in PDF format, they are not downloadable. Slide presentations from oral talks are also not downloadable. While we realize this does not prevent an attendee from taking a screenshot of the work being presented, EB requires all registrants and abstract submitters to agree to adhere to both the EB Photography Policy and the EB Code of Conduct (see below). EB expects that all attendees will honor the request of the presenter to not capture their research as a matter of scientific and professional courtesy. EB will refer reports of violations by an attendee to the EB ombuds for their review and handling. In the virtual environment, EB staff cannot police or actively enforce noncompliance, but they will provide reminders and information about this policy to the registrants.
If you are a presenter, we strongly encourage your use of the photo icons described below.
EB Photography and Recording Policy
EB is committed to honoring the rights of copyright owners and to respectful sharing of scientific research and data. Attendees at EB-sponsored scientific meetings or events are expected to adhere to this policy. In response to a changing
culture, presenters and exhibitors are invited to display a set of icons to indicate to the audience whether or not photography/recording of poster, presentation, or exhibit booth and sharing/remixing of the material is permitted.
Download your preferred icon from the images below and include it in your presentation.
Read the full EB Photography and Recording Policy.