Waydack Policies

Intellectual Property

All products resulting from contracted Waydack services, including reports, summaries, outlines, notes, photographs, websites, maps and digitized historical materials become the sole property of the client, and will not be shared with any other organization, employer or individual, or used in any academic, government, or nonprofit research without the express written permission of the client.

Human Subjects

Any Waydack research involving interviewing, oral history or other ethnographic methods adheres to standard human subjects ethical codes, as outlined by the Ethical Guidelines of the National Association for the Practice of Anthropology and the Ethical Guidelines for Good Research Practice of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and the Commonwealth.


Waydack adheres to the policies of all cultural, academic and governmental institutions when employing the resources of same to carry out research on behalf of the client. All work is conducted using only Waydack equipment, space, addresses, logos, and materials. Waydack does not endorse any commercial products, services or companies in the course of historical research, preservation or exhibition.

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