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Probably not, without permission. Images of the character are usually copyrighted. The characters themselves are usually protected by trademark. Using the name of a fictional character without permission would imply endorsement by the firm that published works with that character. I've taken day long seminars focused mostly on all of the things that comic ...


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Copyright Issues Thar Archie comics including the character of Jughead were fist published in 1942. They are still protected by copyright in the US, and almost certifiably in Finland as well, depending on who is considered the original author or authors, as Finland uses a Life+70 term, even for corporate copyrights, when an author can be identified. The name ...


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If the programmer has permission to download the dataset then he is doing so under some kind of license. That license will specify the terms of what is permissible. The Finnish copyright law includes a specific term for databases: (4) Whoever has a right to use a database may make copies of it and perform all other acts necessary for ...


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