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Non-disparagement in California

Two somewhat unrelated questions on disparagement, specifically in the context of California: What is the current standing law with regard to non-disparagement clauses in contracts? I recall a recent ...
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What exactly does “Copyright © [year] [company]” on a website entail? [duplicate]

Almost every website has some variation of "Copyright © [year] [company]" at the bottom. Sometimes they also add "All rights reserved". What exactly do those terms entail? My biggest concern is this: ...
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Definition of “Direct Financial Benefit” in the DMCA Title 17

I run a website with pages for famous people, books, brands, movies, etc. Users can rate and discuss these things. Each page has a "profile picture", which is added by a user and then approved by a ...
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Difference Between Adrogation and Arrogation?

A Preceding Note: I do enjoy studying law and legal philosophies from time to time, but I'm not a legal student here or even in the legal sectors, so please try to put any explanation you have into (...
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How is the theft of stolen property handled legally?

Many definitions of "theft" include specific text regarding "the rightful owner" or a variant necessitating that the victim of theft owned the property. (emphasis mine) For example, The Free ...
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Is asking a banker the pros and cons of linking my SSN to my bank account considered requesting legal advice in California?

I opened a checking account in California and had the option to link my SSN (Social Security Number) to my bank account. The banker refused to tell me the pros and cons of linking my SSN to my bank ...
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Are there any restrictions on “Open Access” material?

A video on Wikipedia claims that Open Access articles come with "full reuse rights" (sections 0:04 and 5:38). Are Open Access articles as open as public domain works? Is the definition of the ...