WC2014: Sao Paulo police crack down on anti-World Cup protest Police in Sao Paulo fired tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets Thursday to break up an anti-World Cup protest on the morning the Brazilian mega-city hosts the tournament's opening match. IMAGES of the protest before tear gas (TO GO WITH VID637034_EN + VID637045_EN)
Also referred to as third party rights or underlying rights. The most common releases are model and property releases. They are designed to ensure that the people and owners of the property in the footage gave permission for themselves or their property to be used in a commercial context.
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