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If I can prove that my drawing/illustration was constructed from various image references, can't I be prosecuted?

Background: For my design work, I sometimes create portraits to illustrate campaigns and other media. In an effort to avoid mis-appropriating someone's likeness, I tend to draw from a collection of ...
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GDPR - Right of Access From Processor

If my organisation is processing data on behalf of a controller, does the data subject have access rights through the processor, or must Subject Access Requests (SARs) go through the controller? If ...
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Can software legally collect information on it's users without disclosing that it is doing so?

I am a software engineer and I am currently working with a little bit of software security related research. The project I am working with touches the subject of Computer Game Cheating Software (...
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Commercial use of a machine learning trained model whose use is allowed, but use of data is not allowed?

I've found several questions similar to this, but none of them had the same details of my case: There is a publicly available trained model released under public domain by its creator. But creators of ...
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Can app manufacturers collect and store minors' data?

United States/New York State here, but I'm interested in any answers, even generic ones that are jurisdiction-agnostic. I am a software developer writing a hobby app (both Android and iOS) for a ...
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Does loss of personal information imply monetary damages sufficient to establish an injury in fact

I was doing a research project on data breaches and Art III standing for a while but I sort of ramped down the intensity in May, and wanted to catch up a bit. Does anyone know if the theory of ...
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What are the conditions under which personal data can be sold in the UK?

Say that a business has a list of customers' names, telephone numbers, email addresses and job titles. This business would like to sell this data to another business, with the aim of the new business ...
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Legally act on the behalf of someone else, within a web application?

I've the following scenario. There is a computer system (web application), which let users log data of their work. This data is processed into bills and metrics. Now a new function should be added, ...
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United States HIPAA and New Zealand HISO from outside these countries

We are developing a software product for storing and managing health records in Australia, with the software product primarily targeted towards Australian healthcare organisations. This requires us to ...
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definition of personal data collection related to privacy policy

So I am about to publish a mobile app and I need a privacy policy, although my app doesn't really collect any type of user information, is there some kind of definition about what it means to "collect"...
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Making forum data publicly available

I administrate an Internet forum that is available to anyone who register to it (and anyone may register). Can I legally create a dump of the forum data and share it publicly? The dump would only ...
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How does one go about writing TOS?

I'm a sole developer, building a platform in which users can trade intellectual property. (Is it called IP? stuff like music, art etc.) How would I go about mediating this without being sued left, ...
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Is it legal to add functionality to a paid aggregator web application through browser extensions?

we are stuck with a Legal dilemma would appreciate your feedback. There is a company that aggregates product data from thousands of suppliers and makes it available for a searcher at a subscription ...