A watermark is a symbol, typically a color or text, used to identify a particular digital piece. For example, you may want to include a watermark to protect your digital files when you resell them to others. For example, you might be able to use a photo from Photoshop that you created to create your logo. You can find a complete list of acceptable watermarking programs here. For additional help with using watermarks, read this article at Creative Cloud.
What is my legal right to watermark my digital files?
Although your rights are subject to state law (including the California Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)) you have the right to watermark any work by any author. For example, if your piece is a work written by George Orwell, you may watermark his work. If you do this, you do not need to ask permission from George Orwell. The same goes for your digital images. For more information, see Art’s and Rights of Privacy.
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It’s official: The Trump administration may have already given away half of America’s nuclear arsenal.
This morning, President Donald Trump officially lifted the “era of strategic patience,” a policy under which the US is allowed to “wait out” the collapse of a non-interventionist regime in the Middle East. It would appear, from the administration’s new position papers for defense, the plan to preemptively strike Iran could go as far as having the US “launch an attack.” This has a number of chilling implications for people like myself who still have faith in America’s “international legitimacy.”
It’s also noteworthy that while the president has now ended the “era of strategic patience,” he may not have done much to help with the world’s most urgent nuclear problem. And unlike his predecessor’s attempts to “strategically calm” the region — by doing deals in Cuba, for example — Trump has failed to follow up on these deals with actual action.
According to the Post,
Trump is pushing to launch another U.S. military strike against Iran, perhaps just days after a senior military official confirmed Iran had made progress in developing nuclear-capable ballistic missiles that could reach the U.S. or the Middle East within months. During an appearance Wednesday at an annual military forum in Delaware, Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff,
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