I invented a word several years ago. It was unique and I
I invented a word several years ago. It was unique and I paid for the yearly domain .com. I have paid a yearly fee to own the site. My info has been in plain view to the world through Icann since owning it. I see that someone has copyrighted the word 2016(after me) and made a web site with a few letters in front of my word ie: From Pi###ck.com to Shop-Pi####ck.com. 1. They plagiarized my name and made a copyright. 2. Based on this copyright could they give me a cease and desist order and take my site? What is me recourse?
1) I have heard that if you write an article or blog etc. on
1) I have heard that if you write an article or blog etc. on the internet, it automatically becomes copyright to you, especially if you mention that it is copyright material. Please help clarify what is true.2) If I write a book,, bind it and donate it to the local library. Is it protected against plagiarism or do I need a publisher to register my stuff as copyright to protect it?3. Does getting an ISBN makes the written material copyright and thus protected?
We have one more question the final version prepared by us
We have one more question the final version prepared by us for profit does NOT cite the original work? Is that legal according to copyright and licensing agreements? Do we HAVE to cite where the original work comes from?Thank you!
We want to know if we would be violating licensing
Hello again! We want to know if we would be violating licensing agreements if we went to a library and downloaded a group of articles, not an entire journal, created a cliff note of that material and immediately deleted the original article. We want to use the material commercially without citing the original work.Thank you!
Need up-to-date, accurate advice on YouTube monetization of
Need up-to-date, accurate advice on YouTube monetization of creative intellectual property videos intending to use public domain 'derivative work' musical performances / coupled to political news-source videos. Knowledge of - and experience dealing with - 'sync' licenses, 'master' licenses, etc., a must.
I was asked by the editor of an on-line magazine
I was asked by the editor of an on-line magazine for photographers if I would write articles for his magazine on art and ideology. I wouldn't be payed and I had to write under a pseudonym because we shared our last name and he did not want to give the impression of nepotism. I accepted and wrote 3 articles under a pseudonym (one I have previously used for other reasons) and they are all still on-line. Yesterday, by chance, I happened upon a Linkedin site (I'm not subscribed) called Pulse and there it was : one of my articles, transcribed verbatim, but signed by the editor of the on-line magazine for which I wrote it. He wanted to make people believe that it was him that wrote it There were 9 "Likes" and 8 Comments, all laudatory of the article, from different professional photographers and gallery owners. The article was not copyrighted because I was working in good faith but I have numerous ways to show that it was me who wrote it and not him. He uses my article as his to promote himself. Do I have any recourse on what I see as blatant plagiarism?
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I am currently making apparel with my own graphic design
I am currently making apparel with my own graphic design artist, and a lot of our designs deal with pop culture. 100% our own designs, but is it legal and how far can we go?We use faces, but these are sketches, designs, we have made our selves.Thank you