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Thread: Copyright Issues? Or Overthinking It?

  1. #11
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    Dec 2014
    Manchester UK


    I once did a fictional paint on an aircraft and sent it to the company thinking they might like it. I got an email back saying if I uploaded this they would take legal action for using their name. I said I had deleted it from my sim which I did and apologised, won't do that again.


  2. #12
    Join Date
    Apr 2010
    Edmond, Oklahoma USA


    If you took the screenshot, you have the copyright, not the model producer. But if you took the model-producer's photo and published that yourself, you would be in technical violation of copyright law. And a work is deemed copyrighted when published. Period. Proof of copyright is made easier if one also files with the copyright office and includes the c in a circle.

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