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Regarding any copyright issues, knowing the original author (an individual) and creator of the materials or courses is essential.|
What questions should be answered in copyright issues?
Who is the original author, creator of materials, questions, statements, or courses?
What question or details do you think has been created by an author or person and his/her contact information?
Has this author endorsed any person who has a right to use, reprint, and circulate these materials or courses?
What are the details whereby the author endorsed any person who has a right to use, reprint, or circulate these materials or courses?
I will quote an example.
What are the types of databases?
What are the types of database software?
Up to June 19, 2012, such questions were not on the Internet. Even after using search engines, you would not find these questions.
I have written and posted this question and similar questions on the Internet.
On this day and date, I was located at 5042 N Winthrop Ave. #237, Chicago, Illinois. In America and worldwide in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and Australia, others find them useful and include them in their various education materials. Is this a copyright violation?