Right of Publicity

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What does right of publicity mean?

right of publicity – The right to control the commercial use of one’s persona. Persona includes name, picture, and other recognizable depictions of identity, like a distinct voice. Misappropriation—the intentional, unconsented use of persona for commercial purposes—in addition to normally infringing on privacy, also infringes on right of publicity.

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