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Changing things (like dates) on insurance forms helps us a great deal when the insurance information stays the same and only the date needs changed. (Accord forms). We don't have to completely retype an insurance renewal form. So Handy
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I have helped a colleague in inputting his information on flyers that had someone else's and the eraser showed lines in the final product. I had to figure out what was going on and I figured out I could increase the eraser to remove items rather than going over it several times (like wite-out tape).
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If you need to make changes to documents that you do not want to retype over and over again, then this product is a handy tool. Also, for doing 'already-made-up-flyers' to use for yourself by adding your own information is great. I used to have to remake everything with Corel Draw. This is waaaaaaay easier!!
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Can I get sued for using a picture?

If it's copyrighted, you could be sued if you use it without permission. ... They copyright pictures that they take, and what they do is, they'll get a copyright on it, and they'll put it out on the Internet, and it's freely available on the Internet. If you run a Google search their image will appear.

What if someone uses your picture without permission?

Make Sure That the Use Is an Infringement. Save Proof of the Infringement. Investigate the Infringer. Option #1 Do Nothing. Option #2 Prepare a DMCA Take-Down Notice. Option #3 Send a Cease and Desist/Demand Letter.

What if someone uses my photo without permission?

If someone reposts your photo without permission (a license), they are liable to YOU! Even if they didn't know it's illegal, it's copyright infringement. ... It does not matter if someone reposted your photo but gave you credit it's still copyright infringement.

Can someone take your picture without your permission?

Originally Answered: Is it legal for someone to take a photo of another person without their consent? In the USA, it is generally legal if they are in a public place where there is no reasonable expectation of privacy. ... However, you cannot use such photographs for commercial purposes without permission.

Can someone take a picture of you at work without your permission?

Photo permission law allows photographers to take pictures of people in public, although it's considered good etiquette to ask permission. Co-workers, however, don't have special privileges that permit them to take photos of colleagues without permission.

Can my employer use my photo without permission?

This means that no one may use your image or likeness without your permission, and you may withhold your permission for any reason. This rule even applies to your employer: your employer cannot use your image or likeness on their website, in commercials, on product packaging, etc. without your permission.

Is taking a picture copyright infringement?

Taking photos for purely private use In most countries, you are allowed to take photos without authorization, if you use them purely for private purposes. For example, taking a photo of a painting to post on your home refrigerator will generally not constitute copyright infringement.

Is it copyright infringement to draw a photo?

It can be copyright infringement to make a drawing based on a photo that copies just the pose. But you could have a good "fair use" defense to a copyright infringement claim if, for example, the drawing is political and not commercial, and has a neutral or positive effect on the original work.

What is Image copyright infringement?

When someone creates an original image, they automatically own rights to that image. And when one of the rights to that image is used without the creator's consent, that's called copyright infringement -- and it's a big deal.

What happens if you copyright a picture?

Federal law give copyright owners intellectual property rights to use their copyrighted works for a term of life plus 70 years. ... If you are caught using copyrighted material or images owned by a legal copyright owner, you may have to pay him civil damages.
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