I purchased a package of copyrighted buttons from a craft store, which are sold for crafting purposes. Can I legally use the buttons on a project I created that I intend to sell for profit?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Yes, you can use the buttons in your project and sell it for a profit. You cannot, however, reproduce or make copies of the buttons (that would be copyright infringement).
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