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I have a online gaming/gambling website (luckylandslots.com) I I gamble on. Recently I had to put my account which had atleast 5-6 thOusands in winnings on hold due to suspicion of being hacked . Ok fast forward to reactivate I need to for some apparent reason provide a pic of my Id front and back... Read more »
This will throw your headset off your head and can break it, I am aware that even if it is unlawful you can't really do much as it is not the games fault but the players. It hasn't happened to me personally but I know many people have and it breaks their 300-400 dollar headset.
A group of friends and I from Ghana, West Africa, would like to create a version of this game, “30 Seconds”. We will appreciate any information on how to attain the copyright to permit us to create ours.
Any information concerning this matter will be much appreciated.
Hello from a longtime tabletop rpg player! I've had the pleasure of knowing and gaming with some of the leading names in gaming going back to the early 80s. This is one of my favorite topics, and the answer to your question is—both.
A company is registered through the filing of your...Read more »
Well, think about it from a big picture. While, it is true that they cannot damage your property, if they do damage your property you're only reliable remedy is a lawsuit against them. It is also true that your parents can evict you. Every familial situation is different, you might look back...Read more »
That could be malicious destruction of property - a criminal offense. But now hear this: you are over 18 years old, which makes you a tenant in your parents' home. They do not need to let you stay there. I would suggest you have a conversation with them about expectations, and if there is no...Read more »
I am planning on making a 2D Platformer game (when finished, I want it to be released on Steam, and possibly outside of the US if sales are good). I will be making the music for the game - I don't know too much on how copyrights work besides the fact that I have to file it, and I don't... Read more »
The game product you envision has elements that, as the fruits of your original creative effort, are separate subjects of copyright: the code, the visual appearance, and the music. To assure the greatest protection for your work(s), you should register the copyright in each of these elements. Then...Read more »
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Thanks to the "first sale doctrine" in copyright law, you may make additional copies of the work for your own use so long as you do not distribute or sell them to others. The transformative copy you propose would also be permitted, with the same limitation on distribution or sale to others.
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