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Who owns the intellectual property of answers? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Who owns the copyright to S[OFU] content? Questions often ask for solutions to difficult problems. Since many users are resourceful and creative, I wouldn't be surprised to ...
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Who is the copyright holder of Stack Overflow user-contributed content? [duplicate]

I understand that user contributed content is licensed under cc-wiki but Creative Commons work still requires a copyright holder. So who actually owns Stack Overflow's user contributed content? Stack ...
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Can I copy my answer in Quora to Stack Exchange sites or vice-versa? [duplicate]

I am a member of both Quora and some Stack Exchange sites. Sometimes, I see that the same question is asked in both. In such cases, is it OK for me to copy posts from Quora to Stack Exchange or vice-...
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Is reposting one's own content from a Stack Exchange site after the fact, without attributing its source, allowed? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Who owns the copyright to S[OFU] content? According to the second paragraph of section 3 of the Stack Exchange terms of service (the paragraph starting with "In the event that ...
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Can you ditch the attribution for own content clause from the Terms of Service?

Deep in the bowels of the SE Terms of Service you will find the following sentence (in section 3. Subscriber Content), with one clause highlighted by yours truly: In the event that You post or ...
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I'm worried about Stack Overflow content licensing [duplicate]

Strongly related: Do I have to worry about copyright issues for code posted on Stack Overflow? It appears that all the submitted content on Stack Overflow is licensed under the Creative Commons (CC) ...
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Who is responsible for Twitter integration?

Good day stack overflowers. Apparently someone has created a Twitter feed in my name and is using it to broadcast all the comments I post on Stack Overflow. It was not my intention to create such a ...
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What happened to “attribution required”? [closed]

I am sure we all read this right? http://blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/06/attribution-required/ Then why doesn't Jeff Atwood follow this rule in his most recent twitter post? http://twitter.com/...
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Data dump should include deleted posts

Given that deleted content is licensed CC just as the regular content is, it exists in the current SO database, and it is accessible to over 400 (10k+ rep) users, it should also be exported as part of ...
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Is Stack Exchange's <kbd> styling copyrighted?

I would like to use key CSS on a website of my own, but it is my understanding that a site's CSS is implicitly copyrighted. Is there any way for me to either Write my own CSS inspired by Stack ...
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Should images be accompanied with licensing info?

Many of the newer SE2.0 sites are well-suited to questions and answers containing images, and I love that many users use images in their posts. It can add value both for context and aesthetics. ...
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Who owns the Questions | Answers?

I want to delete some of my questions and answers on Stack Overflow. I can't because there are accepted answers (Q) or they have been accepted (A). Now, SO has a very easy sign-up process, I can't ...
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Does re-using text from meta.*.SE on *.SE/faq require either full attribution or a waiver?

If I lift text from, e.g., someone's comment on meta.*.SE and stick it into *.SE/faq, do I have to either include the full attribution we generally require or get a waiver from the author, is a link ...
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Disable or reword comment editing by moderators?

The way comments are currently implemented a moderator edit of a third person comment constitutes an infringement of the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license under which such comment was published. In particular ...
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Stackoverflow copy rights [duplicate]

If someone builds another product like Stack Overflow, can they be sued for some kind of patent/copyright infringement? If yes, which parts of Stack Overflow design cannot be copied.

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