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What Are The Copyright Claims?

What license is this site under? Can I use the material?

12/3/2018 6:21:19 PM

christopher M

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Copyright Claims is stated under what you are going to publish in the forum you are taking full responsbility of that content that it is only belongs to you. You can't publish someone else content with your name without proper permission to the original author, you can read here for more https://www.sololearn.com/Copyright-Policy/


You can also find additional information in the Terms of Service. Here is the current link, but you can also access it at any time in the app version from Settings and scrolling to the bottom (just before the Sign Out option). https://www.sololearn.com/Terms-of-Use/ Find in Page: "copyright" and tab through.


copyrights are all the same! if you didnt create it, dont use it without permission. if the project is open source then the creators have already granted you permission to use it but read the fine print. last thing you want, is a copyright suit filed against you! happy coding :)


I think we're getting into some sticky waters here... Maybe let's inquire further about why this question is being posed. What are you intending to do? Here's where I'm going with this: (see top answer) https://opensource.stackexchange.com/questions/297/whats-the-difference-between-copyright-and-licensing (longer) https://www.linuxjournal.com/article/1297 So as you can see, it's very nuanced. Your responsibilities depend on the situation. For example, are we talking about the code for the SoloLearn platform itself (created by their devs) and SoloLearn documents (e. g. Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, etc.)? Or are we talking about using content generated by users of the SoloLearn platform (which is broken down into 3 subcategories in the ToS)?