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According to information (in German) on the website impressum-recht.de: Die Nutzer sollten auch am besten von jeder einzelnen Seite der Webseite die Anbieterkennzeichnung erreichen können. Users should also be able to reach the provider identification from every single page of the website. The page continues to suggest two options - either directly ...


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Linden Labs Terms of Service (LL ToS) is separate from and additional to the Second Life Terms of service (SL ToS) Under LL ToS 2.3 users waive moral rights to uploaded contest. Under LL ToS 2.4 users grant other users a license to use uploaded content, with such rights as may be selected at the time. Under Under LL ToS 2.6 users may delete uploaded content, ...


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Nothing in 17 USC 512, which includes the DMCA Safe Harbor and Takedown procedures requires an online service provider to notify others who may have made copies of content (including archive sites) claimed to be infringing that a takedown notice has been received or that access to the content has been blocked or removed. A separate DMCA takedown could be ...


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Since YouTube expects people to link to their site, they have guidelines on what are acceptable methods. You should not alter the logo, instead use a recommended logo from their website, or follow their rules for creating a customized logo that meets their requirements. https://www.youtube.com/intl/en-GB/about/brand-resources/#logos-icons-colors Apple is ...


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From this very good article a Google translation which describes the according German law which your ex-boyfriend violates: In most cases, however, corresponding photos are taken with the consent of the person depicted or even made by the person himself and then sent or handed over. In these cases, §§ 33, 22 KunstUrhG protect against unauthorized ...


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If country A thinks they could and should prosecute you, and they can lay their hands on you, then they will. And the same is true for country B, C and D. It seems you are describing a situation where A is fine with what you did, so they won’t prosecute. B seems to think what you did is wrong, but many countries don’t care about people breaking the law ...


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You can use the Internetwache Polizei Berlin and klick on the (small) Flag below the Logo on the right side. That will give You access to an English version. Please be aware that some offenses, especially those touching personal matters like Yours, require that additional to complaining to police (a "Strafanzeige") via Internet You'll need to sign ...


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does that mean I'm agreeing to whatever the state of that website is on the day I'm signing, or any and all future updates to that website? That type of "blank slate" agreements is lawful and it means "the conditions of which you are made aware", hence the terms as of the date you entered the agreement. To supersede that meaning, the ...


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No Via the FTC (emphasis added): The Cooling-Off Rule does not cover sales that are: ... made entirely online, or by mail or telephone;


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Yes. I own a developing website. You can even create your own terms of service/terms of use. Now what I would do personally is to recommend to the site owner to script moderator or administrator roles and assign trusted people to those roles, sort of stack exchange does but not with the community. I would also say set up a punishment code of conduct and say, ...


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Yes (probably), under COPPA The FTC has stated that YouTube content creators could be held liable under the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), a United States law that "imposes certain requirements on operators of websites or online services directed to children under 13 years of age, and on operators of other websites or online services ...


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You can tell lies on Discord I know it’s hard to believe but there have been recorded instances (isolated, I’m sure) where what people have posted on social media is not actually true. So if someone posts “I am 12 years old” or “is am a half-elf barbarian” or “the 45th President of the USA was the greatest ever” that is evidence of precisely zero weight. It ...


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Generally age restrictions are online are only enforceable if the user discloses his/her real age. Discord's TOS is a contract and a 12 year old would be banned for violating the "must be 13" terms. Discord may kick them. For the server owner, it would be on him/her if he/she does not ban the offender, though Discord would likely only come ...


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