Explanation of intellectual property
Legal pitfalls in using and editing graphics.
If someone has taken a photo, made a movie, drawn a drawing, or made some graphics (on their computer); then they have the copyright to their works... That means the image can be used anywhere but people don't have the right to say that the image is theirs unless it actually belongs to them. People also havent go the right to modify it in any way because it would still mean that the image is copyrighted.
This image has been taken from DeviantArt to show that its a copyrighted image because you can see the mark underneath the image. You can also save to a domain and have your image copyrighted there e.g: deviantart allows you to put a transparent logo on the image.©2012 *SarahVlad
Here are some examples of not copyrighted images. It has no copyright claims on it so it can be used by anyone and it could be edited in any way. Plus, because its been posted to a public domain, it is open for anybody to use.
Source: IT Page.
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I've concluded from all the things he's written that BAIC is from China. They think nothing of copying software, music, and other intellectual property, and everyone does it including business and government. So maybe that thinking spills over into other things like bank loans and real estate scams.
If that sounds racist, too bad - I'm a software developer ! I offer it as an explanation for his so aptly put, "appalling sense of ethics". No doubt BAIC thinks he should have my work at no cost to him, just like he'd "borrow" that property for 7 years and then not pay anything for it.
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