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Apple has rules for publishing apps on the App Store, and either you follow the rules, or your app won't go on the App Store, simple as that. What you do is either not put your app on the App Store, or make the changes they ask you to make. Why are there conflicting statements? Because Apple and Google are different companies. Does Apple ask the other ...


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As the owner of your own computer, you can dispose of it however you see fit (as long as your choice is legal). The courts could, theoretically, force you do do something with your computer, but installing software is not one of the things that the courts are empowered to force you to do. (Mostly, they can force you to turn it over for a search). A company ...


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User6726 has the right answer. However I would like to add two things to that answer that are a little different: Just call the police and report them. Call from a friend's cell phone if you need to but there is no reason that the police need to know your name nor is there any reason they would pass this on to the offender. Some states have ...


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So, in short, the bank did what you asked them to do (close your account). What do you think they did that might be unlawful?


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Since violation of the order is a misdemeanor, you may report it to the local police. It is up to them, and the district attorney, to decide whether this is important enough that they will take action. If you want your name to not be associated with the report, you can try reporting anonymously, though that may require mailing an anonymous letter to the ...


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You can't register a trademark in all classes, you can only register in the classes you actually use the name in trade. If you register the trademark in one state then you only have the statutory benefits for registering the trademark in that state. However, you'd also have protections of a unregistered trademark in other states where you're actually using ...


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I fear that you have 'jumped the gun' - I think you and your colleagues in the legal/compliance department should first meet to discuss your project. You must facilitate their understanding of the project so that you and they can discuss your options and obligations under GDPR and other such rules in your jurisdiction. It may be the case that this project ...


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This isn’t anonomization under the GDPR The reason IP addresses are personal data is because they are unique to an individual. So are your hashes.


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Alright. I'm going to answer this question myself.\ in case someone else ever comes looking for something like this. I had about an hour-long conversation with a BMI Business rep this morning. I had a misunderstanding about the PRO licensing. Apparently, by copyright law, all bars, restaurants, and businesses that have to have a PRO license, must ...


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I really hate to put my clients at risk, but processing my entire music library to tag each song for which PRO they are represented by will be nearly impossible! So what? You run a business; it's your responsibility to comply with the law. If that costs you time and/or money then that is a cost of doing business and should be reflected in the rates you ...


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