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I have a question concerning the use of themed LEGO Minifigs in a MOC comic strip. I have some comic strips in the works that feature Emmet and Batman minifigs from The Lego Movie. The characters are depicted as themselves, and the personalities and mannerisms featured in the comics are similar to those found in the movie. Are there any form of copyright infringement concerns with LEGO or the Lego Movie entities by posting these MOC comics here on the forums? Thanks
Transparency for Effect posted a topic in Culture & MultimediaI am fully aware that "importing" purchases from another country's iTunes store by making a second Apple account and using that country's gift cards goes against Apple's user agreement. "The Service is available to you only in the United Kingdom. You agree not to use or attempt to use the Service from outside this location. iTunes may use technologies to verify your compliance." So I'm wondering if it's worth the risk of getting my import account and purchases potentially removed after hypothetically pouring in a lot of money from gift cards because they found out. I've already been utilizing an American iTunes account but have only downloaded free things so far (for what it's worth, I only intend to download shows I can't purchase elsewhere, including in my own country's iTunes), and have recently updated my iTunes. The purchases fall into the same library as my own country's. And it'd also be nice to know what technologies, if any, are actually used to detect this importing.