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Do I need to pay Performance Royalties at a wedding?

this should mean that one must obtain a license to sing at a wedding or other party, if covering songs that one does not have the rights to? It does, if it otherwise qualifies as a "public ...
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Do I need to pay Performance Royalties at a wedding?

A commercial venue will (or should) have a licence If the wedding is at a commercial venue like a function centre, resteraunt, etc. the operator is responsible for paying the performance royalties. It’...
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Can a website that hosts Public Domain images forbid commercial use of such images

When the images are clearly public domain, claiming copyright on them is called copyfraud. This is illegal in many countries, but (according to Wikipedia) very rarely is dealt with in court. People or ...
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Can a website that hosts Public Domain images forbid commercial use of such images

WorthPoint's terms are limited by the principle of privity of contract to apply only to those who deal with WorthPoint. They have no relevance to anyone else. They do not place obligations on the ...
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What is the impact of the reasoning in the dismissal of X v Bright Data that prevents content hosts from prohibiting the scraping of content?

You originally asked: Does the Order Dismissing Complaint in X Corp. v Bright Data Ltd. prohibit content hosts from prohibiting the scraping of content? The order doesn't prohibit anything other ...
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