Consider the following situation: Someone has a website that publishes original research. The articles contain links and the article itself can be reached via a link. The maintainer of the open ...
Are we permitted to share files via file distrubution systems on the internet? For example, using Torrent files to get movies, songs or software?
Not sure if this question is on topic but here goes. Background There is a STA"M textbook called מאיר עיני סופרים which summarizes the rulings of the major sources on hilchos STA"M for ...
Are there be any Halachik issues with regard to using someone else's logo, twitter avatar or the like as part of an app? If it would be okay, would that only be if I don't make any money from the ...
An old friend recently asked me to purchase some replica "beats" (headphones made by monster) which authentically (depending on the model cost between 120$-500$) so I started to look them up online ...
Tradition articles are downloadable from the Tradition Online website, which prohibits further distribution of the materials. On each download page there is the following warning: It is strictly ...
Either way, it should be frowned upon as not a nice thing to do, but would it actually be assur?
Is the dictionary that he wrote still in copyright, or has it entered the public domain? If not, who owns the rights to it?
If someone invents something new (and unique), does Judaism recognize that he has ownership over the invention [for x years]?