Suppose you hire a software developer to make an app for you? Who owns the software?
Let's say you use a freelance programmer from another country to make a software application for any platform: computers, tablet, smartphone, game console or some other electronic device. Who would own the rights to the software? For example, you live in the USA but hire someone online through services like ODesk or Freelance to write code. The software application could make lots of money but both the person that came up with the idea and the developer claim the software? What you do as the person who commissioned the work to reuse the software and keep the rights?
Depends on what "hire" means in your contract. He sold you the labor you own the product he outputs. Otherwise hire means co-contract with another and both own the results.
by ineveryoneheart 8 years ago
Is there any software developer or programmer on hubpages?
by ngureco 6 years ago
What Is A Database?
by jamieedwards1 4 years ago
Flappy birds has been deleted off the app store. Is this just a PR stunt?
by The Write Life 19 months ago
I noticed there is an unauthorized Hubpages mobile free app in Google Play store. Anyone use or have more information on this?
by Amelia Griggs 4 years ago
Are there plans for Android app for Hubpages?I LOVED the hubpages app on iPhone but I recently switched to Galaxy 5 and didn't realize until it was too late that there is no Hubpages app. Im back to going back to emails for alerts and updates. Thoughts?
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