What is RSS?
RSS, also known as "Really Simple Syndication", allows you to read through the new information you want - at your own convenience.
Using the RSS reader of your choice, you can directly access the latest RBC news and product information from your desktop.
What are the advantages of RSS?
- RSS lets you access RBC updates without having to visit our website. Your news reader pulls the information from the RBC website automatically for you.
- You can choose to subscribe only to the RBC RSS feeds that interest you.
- Your personal information remains confidential - you don't need to provide your
e-mail address in order to subscribe.
How do I start using RSS?
The first thing you need is a news reader. This piece of software checks the RBC RSS feeds and lets you read any new articles that have been added. There are many different versions of news readers - some can be used through a browser, and some are downloadable applications.
Certain browsers, including Firefox, Opera and Safari, automatically check for RSS feeds when you visit a website, and display an icon when they find one. This can make subscribing to feeds much easier. For more details on these, please check their websites.
I want to subscribe to RBC RSS feeds!
- Subscribe to the RBC RSS feeds of your choice - simply copy the URL from the address bar and paste it into the appropriate field of your RSS reader.
Royal Bank of Canada and its affiliated companies and subsidiaries ("RBC") do not provide and are not responsible in any way for any reader or any website from which you access the RBC RSS feeds. It is your responsibility to review the security and privacy standards, the systems compatibility and the terms of your access method.
RBC reserves the right to remove, change or discontinue the RBC RSS feeds or the content of the RBC RSS feeds at anytime and with no prior notice, or to require you to discontinue your access to or use of the RBC RSS feeds.
You are responsible to cancel the RBC RSS feeds if you no longer want to receive updates or if you want to change your preferences. RBC has no obligation to ensure that you receive an RBC RSS feed and accepts no responsibility or liability in the event that you do not receive it in a timely way, or at all.
The content on RBC websites and in the RBC RSS feeds is proprietary and is also protected by trademark and copyright law. By allowing access to the information through the RBC RSS feeds, RBC does not waive any of its legal rights.
RBC provides the RBC RSS feeds for your personal, non-commercial use and for informational purposes only. You cannot edit or modify any content of the RBC RSS feeds. You are only allowed to post, transmit or redistribute the content in the RBC RSS feeds provided that: all such content, including links, retains its functionality; no intermediary content or pages are included or inserted in the RBC RSS feed content; the content must be attributed to the RBC website which is the source of the RBC RSS feed; and it does not appear that RBC endorses or promotes in any way a website, cause, idea or service where the content may appear. You will be fully and solely responsible and liable for any such post, transmission or redistribution.
RBC is not responsible for and will not be liable to you or anyone else for any damages whatsoever arising out of or in connection with your use of or inability to access or use the RBC RSS feeds, iTunes or the iPod services, or any post, transmission or redistribution of the content of the RBC RSS feeds by you.