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The case for legal questions being off-topic They fail the "would a game developer give me a better answer?" test. Game developers are not legal professionals and are absolutely not qualified to answer legal questions. At the time the previous consensus was formed, Law SE did not exist. Law SE does exist now and deals with legal aspects of software ...


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Licensing Implications In regards to potential licensing issues, unless glaringly obvious (watermarks, do not copy, etc. ), I would not worry about it. I can see several reasons; I will go in to them in greater detail. Ultimately, if you do not feel comfortable with it, do not do it. Just because something is legally right, does not mean to say it is ...


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When faced with a question asking about the likelihood of getting caught for knowingly enacting a criminal scheme, the question should be edited to remove the criminal scheme context, and to remove the "would I get caught" portion of the question. In this case, the original question was (paraphrased) "If I anonymously released a mod for my own commercial ...


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When you edit questions, your goal is to make them more understandable and possibly future-proof. If this means to reupload and/or inline them, then do it. Putting the images in the text can make the reader's life easier, because they don't need to jump between sites, especially if it contains crucial information for the answer. However, before doing this, ...


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