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united-states There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. It depends on the game. The difference between modding and cheating is largely a matter of semantics. In some cases, cheaters can use facilities which are deliberately built into the game, without modifying it (e.g. cheat codes, console commands, etc.). However, it is difficult to see how ...


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The answer, of course, is "it depends." I can see at least 3 main issues here. They are as following: Is there any type on encryption that is used to protect the information the user would need to access in order to cheat? If there is, then they can (in theory) be sued for violating DMCA. Any claims about the strength of the encryption (or lack ...


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Unless the "old" movie is so old that its copyright has expired (prior to 1926 in the US currently, I believe, the precise rule varies by country) or it entered the public domain in some other way (unusual), it is protected by copyright. One may use part of a copyrighted work only with permission from the copyright owner, unless an exception to ...


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Technically, downloading such pictures and sending them to others is copyright infringement, unless they have been released under a license which permits sharing them with others. Copyright infringement is not a crime. It is a tort. That means the copyright owner can sue, if and when the owner learns this has happened, and chooses to bring a court action. As ...


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