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Is it a felony or crime to publish prices of supermarkets on our website?

It is not illegal to publish prices which are publicly displayed. They have too little creative content to be copyrighted and they aren't trade secrets since they aren't secret.
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Using Sentry in an app targeting children below 13 years

If an error occurs in the app, the app sends a message with the stacktrace and an anonymous user id to the Sentry Cloud. There is no such thing as an "an anonymous user id". It either ...
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Using Sentry in an app targeting children below 13 years

Are you collecting personal information? A user id, assuming that it is the same per user across time, is personally identifiable information for both COPPA and GDPR, and would need to meet Google’s ...
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Is sharing code of a web scraping snippet allowed?

Google's TOS contains the following clause: 3.3 You agree not to access (or attempt to access) the Web Store by any means other than through the interface that is provided by Google, unless you have ...
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Use Google API with an easy Cookie banner (notice) in germany / EU?

You need a lawful basis for the processing Since this is shipping data, it contains addresses which are personal data so the GDPR applies. You need to have a lawful basis, contract is a possibility, ...
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Google consent mode and GDPR

Where a person clicks on your website is personal information subject to the GDPR You must have a lawful reason to collect this data and you are ruling out consent: what is your lawful basis? Cookies ...
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User ID and GDPR

Imagine that a company starts associating a userID when you create an account on the website As soon as you attach any other personal data to that identifer, like for example an email address to sign ...
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What are the potential consequences of pursuing a copyright dispute regarding StackExchange content?

You are the copyright owner of your posts only You gave SE a licence using the CC BY-SA 4.0 licence, which is copyleft licence. This means that anyone who follows the licence rules can reuse and ...
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