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 Is redrawing a photograph copyright infringement?

Answer Yes, it's called a "derivative work" and infringes the copyright owners exclusive right to make and distribute derivative works.
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How to Sue for Copyright Infringement?

A copyright is a group of exclusive rights that are owned by the creator of a work of art. Copyright infringement exists when a person’s copyrighted work is used or copied by someone who is not t... Read More »
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If you get someone to take a photograph of you who has the copyright to that photograph?

Unless the job is work for hire or work for employer the photographer holds the copyright.
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Youtube Copyright Infringement?

So far the content is all yours they will not suspend your account. They are suspending account in extreame cases or repeated cases.If you are 100% sure that the video u have made is all yours incl... Read More »
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How to Avoid Copyright Infringement?

It doesn't need one of these to be copyrighted.Have you ever uploaded an image or a video to a website, only for it to be deleted because of copyright issues? While some areas of copyright law can ... Read More »
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