RSS news feeds
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What is RSS?
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”. Thanks to this technology, you can use a single application to receive up-to-date information from various websites without actually having to visit each site.
First you will need an RSS reader or an RSS web module. Once you have installed your RSS application, you can sign up for news feeds from your favorite websites.
Where do I get an RSS reader?
Various RSS readers are available on the web. Some can be downloaded for free, while others must be purchased (e.g., modules with more configuration options). Some readers will work better on certain operating systems. You should take these factors into account when choosing your RSS reader.
Conditions of use of RSS news feeds
By signing up for news feeds of the Ministère des Relations internationales, you agree:
- To utilize the feeds exclusively for your own personal use (private and non-commercial) and for consultation purposes only.
- Not to broadcast the feeds on a free or paid website or an Intranet without the written authorization of the Ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie.
- Not to remove or delete any copyright notices or other ownership notices, any source or date information or any other source information or indicators included in the feeds by the Ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie.
The information in the news feeds of the Ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie has no legal value. It may discontinue this service at any time at its discretion.
If you do not agree to these conditions, you may not consult or use the information or materials available via the RSS link.
Last update: 2017-06-20 4:30:26 PM