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Nulled vBulletin

Tweet Nulled vBulletin is not a different version of the forum software vBulletin. Nulled vBulletin is a version of the software that has been hacked to remove the license information. The nulled means it has been pirated and everything that could identify the owner of the licence has been removed or deactivated (however, sometimes the hacker […]

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First Amendment and the “Freedom of Speech”

Tweet How often have you had someone try to claim their First Amendment and their “Freedom of Speech” rights? They usually come in response to something like the closing of threads or deleting of posts. Most of those who try to claim these “rights” are from the USA and they should know better. I enjoy […]

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Who owns Twitter posts?

Tweet Twitter have updated their terms of service to make it clear that whoever posts the tweet owns it. This is timely as I just wrote about who owns forum posts. See the Twitter announcement here. Apparently the reason for clarifying the issues for Twitter has been the publication of books that are a compilation […]

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Who owns forum posts?

Tweet Who owns the content of a post posted on your forum? How do you respond if someone demands “their” posts be deleted and they threaten legal action if you don’t, but removal of the posts ruins a valuable thread? Where do you as the forum Admin or owner stand? By default in the non-forum […]

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