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A contract is normally simply a text document, and any software that can produce text is suitable for writing a contract. This would include general-purpose word processor software. In some cases a contrat might include tables or diagrams, and then software that can create those features would be desirable. A contract does not need to be in some highly ...


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Your question mixes up two different aspects of intellectual property. From a copyright point of view, it is perfectly legal to reproduce the features of a one piece of software in another. The functionlity of the software is not copyright (although the detailed look and feel of the user interface might be). However you ask if you, as an employee, can do ...


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If you are seriously considering that as a business model, hire a specialist lawyer in your jurisdiction. You will need him or her. Usually, selling or licensing software would make the customer responsible for operating it lawfully. The programmer/vendor could still be held responsible if using it is illegal and there is a conspiracy, or if the software is ...


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The GDPR does not allow or forbid scraping of personal data. That's processing of personal data just like other processing activities, and requires that the data controller has a suitable legal basis for this processing. It doesn't matter if the personal data was made public, though that might influence a balancing test if the legal basis is a legitimate ...


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Just as legal as if you were to access his page and copy+paste his number into a file. Scraping is an automatation of web interaction and usuallly used to get a lot of information from a webpage in a short amount of time. In the U.S., generally the release of personally identifiable information laws only punish the people who release or collects someone ...


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