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[...] Also, there was no license int the starter files. [...] You wrote it... they have no license! Having no license, they don't qualify as open source software, so theoretically you should actually not use them. I guess they won't sue you for using them to start your projects, but I guess they might want to if you use them to make and publish ...


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Indiviual words and short phrases such as titles cannot be protected by copyright. However, they can be protected by trademark law. "Android" is a trademark in the US, in the EU, and I am pretty sure in most if not all other countries. Trademark protection is specific to a purpose or area. If you are writing an SF novel which contains an artificial being, ...


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Notarization is a public act or record. However, courts have recognized exceptions to the Full Faith and Credit Clause, for example on the grounds of public policy. The question of whether recognition of remote electronic notarization performed in another state is mandated by the Full Faith and Credit Clause has not, to my knowledge, been addressed in case ...


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