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As others have noted here, the legal language would be mostly meaningless, but might make somebody think twice. I am personally not a fan of copyrights, so if possible, I might try to persuade the client to reconsider the challenges of hiding a tool, relative to the benefits of making it open. However, if you do have a tool that you think is unique and ...


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A basic copyright notice which I add to all my script files is... This file remains the property of PlanetScale Networks. It may not be copied or used by any third party for any purpose not authorised specifically by PlanetScale Networks. Having said that it is very much a meaningless stating the obvious kind of statement as whether or not it is in ...


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To answer your specific question the only difference between a standard web host and a HDS approved web host is that the HDS web host has gone through HDS approval through the French government. In effect it is to do with health data security. HDS approved hosts are authorised under the law to host health data related systems where a patients data is stored ...


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Regarding the first aspect of your question regarding censorship thanks to the first amendment there are no laws forcing censorship on user generated content to the extent that the service you are providing should not be designed for the breach of the law. A prime example of this is the torrent site The Pirate Bay. While the argument could be made all ...


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It allows them to issue cease-and-desist (or similar) letters to site owners/content-creators who link to their sites in a defamatory way. I doubt Google/etc. have approached them all and gained consent to link to their pages, however the lack of no-index meta tags or robots would probably indicate implied consent for the search engines to do so as these ...



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