I know that many of you pay for and download documents such as wills from the National Archives and sometimes need help with reading them. Census images are also copyright of TNA. So as to clarify what may or may not be posted on the forum, I emailed the National Archives. Today, I received the following response from The National Archives Image Library Manager: The images may be displayed on a website, provided that they are protected from download at high resolution. You can do this by watermarking, or by keeping the resolution to a level whereby the documents are legible for information and research, but are not of sufficient quality for commercial publication (usually 72dpi). If images do not conform to this instruction, they will break copyright and will therefore be deleted. Thank you.