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U.S. Appeals Court: YouTubers Must Consider Fair Use Before Removing Video Content

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The automatic removal of video content due to copyright infringement claims may soon be a thing of the past after a new ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. The decision confirms that copyright and license holders will

Posted in Content ID, copyright, fair use, lawsuit, original content, Video Production Tips, Web Video Industry News, YouTube, YouTube Marketing Tips Tagged with: , ,

Using Copyrighted Music in Videos: When is it Legal?

Copyright law can be a minefield to navigate, and many thousands of creators may not even be aware that they are in breach of the law by using copyrighted music in their videos. We take a look at the issues

Posted in audio, commercial, Content ID, copyright, fair use, lawsuit, legal, original content, royalty free, soundtrack, Video & The Law, Video Production Tips, YouTube, YouTube Channel, YouTube Marketing Tips, ^Featured Insights Tagged with: , ,

Facebook and Freebooting: Is Enough Being Done to Protect Video Creators?

Freebooting is the act of uploading other people’s original content for personal gain, and it is becoming a huge issue in online video. Facebook doesn’t have a comprehensive copyright tracking feature right now, and too many users are getting away

Posted in ads, Content ID, copyright, digital media, embed, Facebook, Google, IAB, lawsuit, Social Video, Video Production Tips, YouTube, YouTube Creators, YouTube Marketing Tips Tagged with: , ,

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