I found this picture of Chicago skyline online. The whole world can access it. It is everyone’s to share, isn’t it?
My girlfriend just had her first story published. We are planning to make copies to share with our families at Thanksgiving. We can make as many copies as we want. The story is hers and she can do with it whatever she wants, right?
Our book club just read a novel that was adapted to the movie screen. We will have a movie night in our neighborhood park and watch the movie there on a big screen. We are not selling tickets for the movie, so this is allowed, correct?
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