What percentage of copied content from design is a violation of copyright?
Here's the situation. On one of the sites selling digital content out of the template that I have adopted many of the elements and under the pure colors (our templates, by the way, on the same subject, which as it suggests). But we spiced his style, which is slightly distant from the original, added some more pages and stuff like that - like nothing to complain about, but as an author who worked on the original design can safely say that steal items and place blocks somewhere around 25%.
What percentage of steal must be to have had the opportunity to report the theft of certain items?
I have a strong feeling that the design should be to steal almost 70%, to be able to send the form of the DMCA.
arturo_Armstrong43 answered on July 2nd 19 at 13:09
> me to have the opportunity to report the theft of certain items?
Where to declare? The police? Yes, whatever — still send.
> I have a strong feeling that the design should be to steal almost 70%, to be able to send the form of the DMCA.
To be able to send a denunciation in the form of DCMA, you need to be able to send it.
Once on free software developers snitched pornographers because of the coincidence of names — well, the robot denunciations were written and sent out, it is the same code from porn is not different — because of the issue of Google excluded the only way to go.
Mallory answered on July 2nd 19 at 13:11
In such moments need to be happy, not denunciations to write. So you made a cool design and have it copied. Rejoice, and just calm down already. Then immediately the question is, you never copied when I was design to do?)
Roberto58 answered on July 2nd 19 at 13:13
At least 50%. But to prove it impossible, if you have your source.