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would anyone replicate an outfit from a charactor immage for me? will pay


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BlairXtheXWitch wrote:

know anyone who might?


Legally - both in regards to Real Life and Second Life - no-one. Breaking copyright is both against the law (in Real Life) and grounds for account termination in Second Life. Anyone replying "yes" to your question above would now be on record in a public forum of intending to infringe copyright. Not a smart thing - if one values their Second Life account (at least).

Note also that the perceived popularity of what you believe to be infringing goods in Second Life does not make this behaviour okay.

Hope that helps.

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Read this informative article about Derivative Work, paying particular attention to the introductory sentence that says, "The transformation, modification or adaption of the work must be substantial and bear its author's personality to be original and thus protected by copyright."  Then pay special attention to Freya's comments and read the Linden Lab policy on Intellectual Property very carefully.  You or anyone that you hire to make copies of protected work can be banned permanently from Second Life.  You can also be charged with violation of U.S. and international copyright laws.

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