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 »

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.

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 »

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 »