Like I want to develop this app which is like the Pokemon Dex but for anime characters and I can't draw and even if I could, it would be technically using the art from the anime character creator. I want to monetize it so I am able to upgrade the backend as the character's info is with... Read more »
I am currently building an online adult Toy store, I haven’t done anything yet except source products. I live in New York. My question is legally do I have to have an 18+ only disclosure on my website?
Yes. Although New York has protected First Amendment rights in the context of adult stores. I believe is a good business practice to add a statement that your store will make efforts to restrict sales to minors.
Additionally, since you sell online through credit cards, access to shopping...Read more »
Hi there, I was having a discussion with my friends about a theoretical scheme between copyright lawyers and something like a movie studio. If they conspire to upload the material to a bittorrent site themselves in order to sue infringers, is that illegal? The closest thing we could think of would... Read more »
if i were to get a a licensing agreement to use a franchise and its characters for the production of a video game from the curent copyright holder and if there was another game from say 15-20 years ago that was made by someone else who had a license at the time but may no longer and i wanted to... Read more »
I have a product which was invented by some person many years ago, but wasn't patented. So, now many people sold this product too. But one company modified one detail of the product, and because they couldn't patent this as invention, many sellers, include me, also was selling this... Read more »
photos from OnlyFans (a protected site that subscriptions are payed for) as well as has leaked my previous home address, phone number, and still constantly harasses me via twitter through multiple accounts.
The parts are sourced from an online community (LDraw.com) that models the LEGO parts in 3D attempting to digitally archive the LEGO parts, so they are as close to the original as possible. I am attempting to create a virtual reality game where these parts can be built in a similar way (but in a... Read more »
Our company has built an e-gaming information website. We need to publish articles on it regularly. We sign some writers to write articles for us. But that's not enough. We need more contents. So we plan to reprint articles from other e-gaming companies' official website. We have... Read more »
If I download a photo of actors or musicians or other public persons and edit it to make it look like a sketch or art, that makes it look significantly different, can I use it for commercial projects like T-Shirts or Mugs?
I'm creating a software product to launch into the mass market, and I currently have a few people helping out with artwork for UI design and other digital assets. I've mentioned to them that I'd purchase all the assets they've produced in bulk after the final... Read more »
The video would go on YouTube/FaceBook/Twitter and other social media sites. It is a salute to our heroes killed in the line of duty. No profits or money would be exchanged in any way. If a license is needed, what is the best way to accomplish this?
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