- Post to smaller, niche sharing sites that don't automatically remove content that may contain (or appear to contain) copyrighted works.
- If you want to post to larger sites, mirror the content on smaller sites as well.
- Post to sites that use off-shore servers and are not subject to the DMCA
Sharing and Clicking Photographs and Videos
Anyone in a public place can take pictures of anything they want. Public places include parks, sidewalks, malls, etc. Even though malls are technically private property, being open to the public makes it public space. Anyone in a public place can take pictures of anything they want. Public places include parks, sidewalks, malls, etc. Malls. Even though it’s technically private property, being open to the public makes it public space.
- If you are on public property, you can take pictures of private property. If a building, for example, is visible from the sidewalk, it’s fair to do so.
- If you are on private property and are asked not to take pictures, you are obligated to honour that request. This includes posted signs.
- Sensitive government buildings (military bases, nuclear facilities) can prohibit photography if it is deemed a threat to national security.
- People can be photographed if they are in public (without their consent) unless they have secluded themselves and can expect a reasonable degree of privacy.
Rights of a Tenant
Always landlords are not on the privileged side. As law says “possession is better title than ownership” . Every landlord has to abide with the state legislations. Moreover, as a renter, one should always make sure (i.e. before signing the agreement) that they are getting a property in accordance with the rent prescribed.
Rights of an Air Traveler
There are quite a few rights that an air traveler possess which are;
- Right to Lock In Your Fare In Advance: Without Paying; before 24 hours a person can lock in the fare without paying a penny.
- Right to Cash for cancelled Flights and lost Luggage: a person is always eligible to receivea reasonable compensation from the concerned airline for the loss incurred.
Rights of an Employer
- Your employer can't withhold your paycheck for poor performance.
- You must receive your paycheck promptly.
- Whether you're eligible for overtime pay isn't up to your employer; the government decides.
- Your employer cannot ask, require, or even allow you to work off the clock employer must pay you overtime (time and a half) for all hours you work above 40 in any given week.
Right of Women against Arrest and Enquiry
No male police officer can arrest the women for the said purpose and only a women officer is allowed to arrest a woman. Moreover, the women can only be arrested by the women before the sunset and generally, 6 p.m. is considered as a bar for the said purpose. Under Section 160 of CrPC, 1973 a women cannot be called at the police station for the purpose of the inquiry.
Right under the Motor Vehicle Act, 1988
A person can only be fined once for a particular infringement he cannot be fined twice for the same offence. Everyone is aware of the fact that they shouldn’t use cellphones while driving, but states have different bans on the kinds of cellphone use that are illegal while driving. Majorly all states ban texting while driving, but some prohibit any kind of use of your phone when you are at the wheel. Moreover, some ban wearing of headphones while driving. Every state has different rules for traffic violations. For e.g. in Uttar Pradesh, Rs. 100 is fined for using mobile phones while driving.
Right to Bargain
MRP is the Maximum Retail Price. As a consumer, a person has the right to bargain for a price below that. However, a seller cannot go beyond the MRP.
Right for Adoption
Law allows every citizen to adopt a child but there are few exceptions to this rule under The Hindu Adoptions and Maintenance Act,1956 that if you have a son or son’s son or son’s son’s son you cannot adopt a son and same is for daughter. But if a married personis adopting a daughter the age gap between them should be 21 years. An unmarried man cannot adopt a daughter.
Right to Information
This act specifically provides that all citizens have a right to information. The applicants are not required to provide reasons for seeking such information. The information is to be provided within 90 days or rejected with reasons.
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