The small print
“Access Token” means a temporary key with which you can administrate your Bibblio account. This includes adding content, creating catalogues and changing the account settings.
“APIs” means various content enrichment and distribution tools provided through APIs.
“Authorized User” means a person who has obtained access credentials from Bibblio’s APIs.
"Business Day" means a day (other than a Saturday or Sunday) on which banks are open for general business in London, England.
“Content” means any digital content you have exposed to the Bibblio Services.
“Deep Learning Algorithms” means a subset of machine learning algorithms based on multi-layered neural networks.
“End Users” means the users of your website or application.
“Entities” means named or specific entities found within the Content text, such as countries, individuals and companies.
“General API Policies’ means the developer documentation found at developer.bibblio.org/docs.
“Indexing” means computing a set of content items that satisfy specific criteria.
“IPTC Media Topics” means the latest IPTC Media Topics subjects taxonomy. More information here iptc.org/standards/media-topics/
“Keywords” means specific terms found in the Content text that are of particular significance to the Content’s subject matter.
“OAuth 2.0 Standards” means a protocol that allows a user to grant limited access to their resources on one site, to another site, without having to expose their credentials.
"Plan" means one of Bibblio’s monthly API call plans.
“Recommendation Key” means a static access token associated with a Bibblio account to retrieve recommendations and submit certain user interaction data.
“Services” means Bibblio’s content enrichment, content storage and content discovery services.
“Syndication Pool” means a group of publishers that have agreed to share traffic through the recommendation of each other’s content.
“User ID” means a unique identifier that represents an End User in your system.
“User Interaction Data” means data pertaining to the means and frequency with which a user interacts with the Content.