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Copyright Ownership of a Translated Article Appearing in a Book in Which an Online Translator was Used

Probably Not The creator or owner of a piece of software does not in general have any copyright over the output when others run the software, unless that output is itself a derivative work of input ...
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Attributing the Assistance of an Online Translator for a Book's Chapter---Is It Necessary?

Using software generally does not entail any legal requirement to acknowledge the use of that software, and would only arise as a licensing condition. Google services, including Translate, are subject ...
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Do anti discrimination provisions apply to online as well as brick and mortar retail vendors?

Do anti discrimination provisions apply to online as well as brick and mortar retail vendors? Yes There is nothing in the Equality Act 2010 in general - nor in the definitions of Prohibited Conduct ...
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