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For questions related to legal systems of European countries and to legal harmonization in Europe, especially in the context of European Union law.

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This term that you have invented - "visual vanity item" - is not borne out by the law, and has no special meaning. The digital content does not have any physical form, it is a 'skin', a cosmetic f …
answered Apr 18 '16 by jimsug
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Based on what you've said, user A and user B are breaking the law. User C is breaking the law only if facilitating the activity is illegal in a jurisdiction that they may be prosecuted in and if no sa …
answered May 24 '16 by jimsug
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Firstly, legal professional privilege applies only when information is disclosed for the purpose of obtaining legal advice. Talking about a bad haircut you got last week is probably not protected by l …
answered Nov 18 '15 by jimsug
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I'm only going to consider US perspectives, which may or may not answer your question entirely. Also, I'm not going to address the guesses in other answers because, and except to say, they don't appea …
answered Sep 12 '15 by jimsug
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There's a dictionary that does this already - it's the Collins Cobuild dictionary, which uses corpora to provide examples for its definitions. Generally the text uses no more than is necessary to con …
answered Dec 23 '15 by jimsug