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For questions about permission and terms to use intellectual property.

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No, it means you can't copy it. By default, the copyright to a work is owned by its creator, and nobody else is allowed to copy it, or create derived works, without their permission. That permission …
answered Apr 9 '17 by Nate Eldredge
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Yes. The license itself is really just one sentence long, and states explicitly that this is allowed. Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software …
answered Jun 1 by Nate Eldredge
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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has a page which explains who needs a license. Generally, a license is required for all saltwater and freshwater fishing, but there are various e …
answered Nov 19 '17 by Nate Eldredge
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Your question seems to be based on some false assumptions. As far as I can tell: There is no federal requirement for an Uber driver to have a class A, B or C license. Just because they are commonly …
answered Sep 15 '18 by Nate Eldredge
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No Patent laws vary between countries, but a general feature is that one can only patent their own original inventions. If somebody else knew the details of the invention before the patent was appli …
answered Aug 15 '17 by Nate Eldredge
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Under US law, you are still liable for copyright infringement even if it was unintentional. But if you can prove it was unintentional, then the damages can be reduced. 17 USC 504 (C) (2): [... …
answered May 28 '18 by Nate Eldredge
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Rights, even fundamental rights, are never absolute. They are always subject to appropriate regulation, restrictions, and conditions. It would be up to courts to determine when such restrictions a …
answered Feb 28 '18 by Nate Eldredge