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Legal concerns can only be addressed by a lawyer. All of the small particulars of what is being done, who is doing it, and who might be interested matter. Even if what you do is clearly fair use, the right's holder may choose to sue. That will likely create stress. It might involve paying a lawyer. It might involve your site being taken down by your hosting ...


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The standard "I am not a lawyer; don't rely on legal advice from strangers on the internet" disclaimer applies. Generally, you are legally allowed to photograph products and their logos in the U.S., and publish those photos on your website. Avoid things that imply: endorsement by the company or the trademark owner; commissioning of your photo by ...


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