Screengrabs of original content can be copyrighted. There is no real classification on copyrightable materials. It all depends on the content itself.
1 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/09/2013
Screen Capture: DO NOT use PrtScr unless you don't have a good screen capture program. Takes only the current browser window when you do it that way. Then you have to crop the image later if you need just a small section of the image. Use the...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 08/03/2010
Don't put it onto Word xD ( Pretty much what everyone else has said ) \/ -> Copy/Cut the picture on Word -> Paste it into Paint -> Save ^^ That's what I always do...
5 Answers · Computers & Internet · 27/04/2010
Altering an image does not remove the protection of the copyright. The owner still owns it. Careful, there are lawyers making a business of surfing and looking for purloined images on the internet. And they...
1 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 13/11/2008
...and width of the screen the program is running on. re " Dim ScreenGrab As New Bitmap" This sets up the bitmap...
1 Answers · Computers & Internet · 23/12/2008
Not sure if I remember this (though it's very likely the animators put it in) it's most likely a sign of fear or intimidation.
1 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 24/06/2011
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