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“What if the people in the photo have their back to the camera? Do I need their permission? What about people in other countries?”
“I am using lots of quotes from other books. Since I’m not doing this to make money, I don’t need permission to quote from other books, right?”
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My book (title removed), was published in 2005 by Rainbow Books Inc. It is still selling on Amazon…
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