Copyrighted sentence example

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  • This is a particularly flagrant way to illegally distribute millions of copyrighted works over the Internet.

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  • She cannot be copyrighted by one body, or held ransom by any particular history.

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  • The materials at Mid-Ulster Racing are copyrighted and any unauthorized use of these materials may violate copyrights and/or trademarks.

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  • Fortunately, these names are not copyrighted and are ripe for a potential pet owner's picking.

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  • One word of caution - if you come across a site offering scans of books, read the site's "About" page to make sure they have the right to do so, and aren't illegally sharing copyrighted material.

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  • Unfortunately, most online Sonic games are unlicensed, meaning they use copyrighted material without the permission of the original creators of the game.

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  • Keep in mind that if you are inputting a possibly copyrighted song, then you might have to pay for the ecard.

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  • While the name itself can't be copyrighted, you can recognize a true Webster's dictionary by the added name Merriam, so the title will say Merriam-Webster Dictionary or some variation thereof.

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  • However, resources for modern copyrighted music are more sparse.

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  • While there are hundreds of free ROMs for you to download, LoveToKnow does not support the download of copyrighted ROMs.

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  • While LoveToKnow doesn't condone the method of downloading copyrighted games to use with your Nintendo 64 emulator, many companies have released game code so that the games are compatible with emulators.

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  • Further still, the manipulation of copyrighted material may lead to legal ramifications.

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  • Copyrighted and patented, the Miratex fabric is actually a blend of many different fabrics that are combined in such a way that the material delivers superior holding power.

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  • While no patented, copyrighted designs will be reproduced, the company is able to recreate similar rings in a variety of styles to give the impression of designer pieces while still preserving individual flair.

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  • There is some confusion when it comes to the definition of copyright and whether or not your work has to be registered with the U.S. Copyright Office to be copyrighted.

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  • The short answer is, no, it doesn't need to be registered to be copyrighted.

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  • While registering your work with the Copyright Office is a voluntary decision on the part of an author, writer or artist, in actuality, your work is copyrighted from the moment you create it.

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  • The first thing you need to know about copyright laws and the Internet is that if a work in cyberspace is not marked as copyrighted, it is still copyrighted.

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  • Many people mistakenly assume just because a work does not have copyrighted emblem that it's free to use.

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  • Laws established at the Berne Copyright Convention specify that everything created privately and originally after April 1, 1989 is copyrighted.

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  • All Internet users must assume that the work is copyrighted - this means everything you can see or read on the Internet is copyrighted!

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  • Now that you know everything on the Internet is copyrighted, you need to know how to protect yourself.

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  • Some of the cards found on their website are perfect for kids, and they hold the draw that comes with copyrighted characters.

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  • Much like free online music, looking for free movies can be confusing as downloading copyrighted material could lead to legal trouble.

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  • Anyone downloading copyrighted movies illegally can be sued for fines ranging from $30,000 to $150,000 per download.

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  • Fortunately, Disney has copyrighted and released a few of them for research purposes.

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  • Generally speaking, you can't freely distribute or sell copyrighted material unless you own a license to do so or have the permission from those who do.

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  • Online sites offering free e-books can help, but you are often limited to classic works that are no longer copyrighted.

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  • First and foremost, fan fiction is written about copyrighted characters and settings, thus making it illegal to profit from infringing on those worlds.

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  • The scripts are copyrighted and intended for entertainment purposes only.

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  • Desperate Housewives is also copyrighted material, so direct downloads through unauthorized sources is not advised.

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  • While evenings at home are fun, as are school projects based upon one of your passions, note that many AMC transcripts are copyrighted and cannot be used in all scenarios.

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  • Just because the pictures and images are available, it doesn't mean they're free for you to use; images may be copyrighted.

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  • It's a copyrighted practice, requiring instruction from certified teachers.

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  • Carole's copyrighted designs of key chains, pewter and car magnets, along with treat tins and stickers, can be found at many retail outlets or from her online store.

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  • You should not post copyrighted material or pictures without permission.

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  • It's important to use your original ideas if you decide to start a card making business, as many designs are copyrighted and may not be for commercial use.

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  • By 2010, some ISPs were voluntarily shutting down accounts of users who used P2P and bit torrent networks to download copyrighted material while other ISPs were fighting RIAA claims in court.

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  • However, if the music is copyrighted and has not been sold or given to you by the copyright holder, it is not legal for you to own it.

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  • However, sharing copyrighted files, whether you are uploading or downloading them, it may be illegal.

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  • When users traded copyrighted files, they were only good for a three-day period or three plays, whichever came first.

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  • Many other P2P networks, like Napster, have been forced by the recording industry to close down or to change their format so that they sell copyrighted material instead of trading it for free.

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  • Increasingly, the RIAA is working with internet service providers to cut off customers who trade copyrighted material on P2Ps networks.

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  • In a nutshell, downloading copyrighted material and trading copyrighted material without permission is illegal.

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  • If you choose to download copyrighted material, be sure you are aware of the risks involved.

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  • Despite this win, however, the trend is for the industry to move away from suing consumers and towards pressuring ISPs to shut down accounts of people show share copyrighted material on the internet.

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  • No matter what a site may try to tell you, it is illegal to share copyrighted files.

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  • Eventually, because Napster was facilitating the transfer of copyrighted material, the Recording Industry Association of American (RIAA) filed a lawsuit in December 1999 against Napster.

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  • Because of the increased publicity, Napster actually got more popular as a result, but in March 2001, Napster was ordered to prevent the trading of copyrighted music on its network.

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  • Once a top P2P music downloading site, iMesh now offers copyrighted music to customers on a subscription basis, with the free music and videos all being in the form of non copyright controlled material.

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  • Sharing any copyrighted works in this manner is an activity that is currently on shaky legal ground.

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  • Others believe neither song should ever have been copyrighted, considering the melody was so similar to songs that predated it and the lyrics were made up by kindergarteners who never got a chance to make a claim on the song.

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  • You may need to get permission to use copyrighted work.

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  • Be sure to read all of the terms and conditions at sites like these before downloading images - some of them may be copyrighted, or not intended for use outside the site itself.

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  • On the right side of the page you can download the file as long as you accept the terms and conditions of copyrighted use.

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  • Just remember that even information found on blogs is copyrighted material and cannot be copied and used as your own, just as using others' published work cannot be used as copy in your own blog.

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  • Just taking code from other MySpace profiles or websites is illegal as all of the images associated with this movie are copyrighted material and there are laws that protect them.

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  • Using copyrighted material and claiming it's yours on your blog and/or profile can result in prosecution.

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  • On the other hand, always make sure that you are not using copyrighted material.

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  • The last thing to keep in mind is that most images on the web are copyrighted.

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  • Some Navy pictures are copyrighted, so make sure it's ok to use them.

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  • There is, however, the possibility that the fonts are copyrighted and shouldn't be freely downloadable.

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  • Again, it is possible that some of these images are copyrighted.

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  • Images and graphics are copyrighted to protect the original creator.

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  • You do need to be careful while browsing Google Books, because Google entered into agreements with many authors where Google provides most of a copyrighted novel in their book collection, but to read the entire book, you need to buy it.

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