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Copyright infringement - where the law stands (which part of

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Copyright infringement - where the law stands (which part of the law states) who is liable a website owner or a designer?
JA: What written documentation do you have?
Customer: A photograph used without a license
JA: Have you talked to a local attorney? Has anything been filed in court?
Customer: no
JA: Anything else you want the Lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: which specific law applies

Hello, I will assist you today.

As the website owner, you would be liable for any breach of copyright. This even applies if you have a website where people can post items. If someone posts something on your site that is a breach of copyright, you are still liable.

In this particular case, if you receive a copyright breach notice and have to pay compensation, then you could take action against the website designer.

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Customer: replied 8 days ago.
Thanks for this explanation. If acting as a litigant in person and presenting the argument at the hearing which legislation I should rely on to validate my point. I would be grateful if you could give me direction where to find it.