I have some karaoke creating software and I would like to create a website with various karaoke videos of popular artists that the public can use for free while I possibly get revenue from ad space on the website.
Can an HOA force me to shut down a community website because the website URL is the community name and the website includes information about the management company, floor plans, and meeting notes?
I am writing a Children’s book. On the back cover, I have chosen to use a quote from someone else. For example; ‘ Today someone is sitting in the shade, because someone a longtime ago, decided to plant a tree’… Warren Buffet. Do I need to be concerned with permission or issues from using this quote on the cover of the book?
My ex girlfriend sent a letter that is threatening to expose damaging texts to my parents if I dont pay her back 00 right away. She gave me the money under her own free will & I agreed to pay her back when I had the money but this seems illegal. Is she commiting coercion or extortion? Can I have her arrested? Please help me because I cant pay her back right now yet cant let her show these damaging texts.
I have read that if the material is not to be used for profit or redistribution then it may be used. Is using the material on a web site considered distribution or redistribution since it will be placed back onto the Internet in a new context by someone other than the original source? I want to be sure I am in compliance with copyright and intellectual property law.
I am starting a new internet based business selling daily horse racing tip sheets, similar to the ones you can purchase at a racetrack on race day. I wanted to verify that this is legal before going live with the website.
While employed by Americorp, and working for a host agency I photographed work that I completed in the scope of my duty. The photos were used for state permit submission. I gave the organization a credit that they did the work, with me being the one who designed and implemented it while hosted by them. I believe that I am in the right in using these photos on my new business website as I am the one who took them. They are in public record and I was not directly employed by the host organization claiming copyright.
I own the trademark [xyz]. I recently, due to an email mixup, lost the legal ownership to my website [xyz.com ].
On our school library web site we post the titles and authors of books that have won our school district’s Favorite Picture Book Award. Would it be legal to copy and paste a picture of the book’s cover to accompany such a posting?
I was involved in a children’s music production as a music teacher at a private school. Now, years later, all the children are adults, and I’d like to show some clips of the children’s production on my website.