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At what point can you walk out of a restaurant if they make you wait to pay the bill?
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They can’t hold you there for any period of time, as that would be false imprisonment. You have a legal obligation to pay the bill; however, there is no contract about when your payment is due. You ...

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Same domain name as an old site
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Your question lacks some details. So you registered a domain name, and later find someone else used that domain name (in the past) for a hobby website? Then no, you don't need to worry about it. If ...

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Legal to make an app that organizes other people's youtube videos?
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I know of an app that did similar. They sold membership access and linked Youtube videos. One of the Youtuber's started to take legal action against them. I don't know what happened but the app ...

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Should I register a copyright for my android app?
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Copyright isn't something you register, it's something that you automatically have when you create something, so there is nothing to register. Publishing to the app store, and backup files of your ...

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If a website receive an attack by an Hacker, who is evanutally liable for the data breach?
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There are many other variables not mentioned here, and I think it comes down to 1 question: Who is liable for a data breach? The programmer Not responsible, unless they intentionally left a hole ...

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Is encryption required by law? What are the legalities behind accessing user's data in firebase?
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It's a big subject with no single clear answer. You should look in to the GDPR regulations. It's an area I need to brush up on myself. Regarding encryption, no you don't encrypt it and then send it ...

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