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hey there,

I'm trying to assign permissions in company web for my intranet.  Can you point me to the best way to do this?

I would like everyone to have read write access but not to other peoples events.

please help.

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Is this a SharePoint calendar?  Are you trying to add "private" items to it?
If so I'm not sure you can do this out of the box.   Sharepoint calendars basically a special view of a SharePoint list and are shared.  However you can link to an outlook calendar within SharePoint so perhaps that is what you need to do?
https://support.office.com/en-za/article/View-and-update-a-SharePoint-calendar-6bf4e154-f907-4453-b694-3191e8b1a963

You can make a calendar read only quite easily:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-gb/training/sharepoint-calendars-iii-create-your-own-calendar-RZ010255237.aspx?section=6
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