CopyrightFilter: Lets say I wanted to take a book in the public domain, illustrate it, set it, and design it as a kind of portfolio project that shows I can do all these things - could I then sell the book legally via print on demand or running my own press?
posted by The Whelk
on Feb 17, 2010 -
I'm thinking of creating a political parody website that may step on some toes and/or trademarks. I have a few technical and legal questions about how best to go about this. [more inside]
posted by Riki tiki
on Dec 22, 2009 -
I own a .us domain that's been pretty dormant. I'd like to develop the site. The .com and .net versions of my domain are owned by a large company and redirect to the company's main site. Do I have to say somewhere on my site that I'm not affiliated with said company? [more inside]
posted by desjardins
on Feb 1, 2008 -
I want to register a domain name that just happens to be the same as the name of a flavour of candy made by a major US company. Should I be worried about future legal issues? [more inside]
posted by good in a vacuum
on Apr 12, 2005 -
A company has a disgruntled customer who started a gripe website. As part of a settlement, the company wants him to turn over the domain names to them, so they can try to prevent a re-occurence. What's the correct way to do this?
posted by tizzie
on Feb 24, 2005 -