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Rules about intellectual property – overview
If you intend to sell on one or more of eBay's international sites, you will need to accept, and we encourage you to carefully review, the User Agreement, policies, and other requirements of that site. You can continue to reach out to the relevant customer service teams on the respective eBay site of your listing or transaction, as may be applicable to the nature of your query.
We're committed to providing a safer place to buy and sell items, as well as protecting intellectual property rights. Using intellectual property, such as copyrighted material and trademarks, in an unlawful way, is considered infringement, which is against the law and eBay policies.
Learn more about using eBay's intellectual property.
Before listing items on eBay, be sure to read and follow our rules below and our guidelines on creating legally compliant listings.
Rules that affect what you can list on eBay
Rules that affect how you can list items for sale
Reporting listing violations
It is in eBay's interest to ensure that infringing items are removed from the site, as they erode the trust of our buyers and good sellers.
Here are some of our basic guidelines on what to do:
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