Legal Advice for my movie site

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  1. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Hey guys.

    I have a movie site that offers full movies and TV series but does NOT host the content. I have a draft "privacy policy", "legal disclaimer" as well a "website disclaimer" that I need to be water tight.

    Any suggestions where I can get these documents read over by someone with legal knowledge to make sure I avoid any trouble. (I don't mind if xyz company asks me to take down a link, etc - its the big stuff im worried about)

    Thanks

    Mullet
     
  2. reedcy

    reedcy Regular Member

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    What type of hosting are you using because I have a movie site as well but im with hostgator and looking for a change
     
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    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    Where are you? The US?

     
  4. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Hey, I am with wachahost I heard they were good with movie sites and they are offshore so its good. I am still new to the game though and still learning.

    Hope that helps
     
  5. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Nope, I currently live in South Africa.

    How does it work legally? When it comes to copyright laws, does it matter?

    Thanks
     
  6. mullet

    mullet Junior Member

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    Sorry for the self-bump but I really need advice on this subject

    Thanks :)