On August 14, 2012 at 14:09, thehaus said...
If you read the fair use laws from the Copyright department 2009 publication on page 6 you will understand things a bit more clearly.
Ok, let's break this down so you can understand it better.
Personal use that are not intended for commercial purposes
"Commercial purposes", using the removed graphics in a remote for a customer is indeed "commercial purposes". Why else would you want them?
or mass production is allowed, especially if you already own the graphics.
Here's the other flaw in your fantasy. You DO NOT OWN Integration Designer, RTI does. You license the right to use it.
You can thus extract and use what you want for yourself.
Since you don't own the software, you DO NOT have the right to extract what you want from it.
It is theft. Just because you aren't walking out of a store with a pilfered item in hand, doesn't make it any less a crime.
Just ask Kaleidiscape how this interpretation is working for them. And in their case, you actually do buy the media and it is for personal use.