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Fair use is a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work. In United States copyright law, fair use is a doctrine that permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holders. Examples of fair use include commentary, search engines, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching, library archiving and scholarship. It provides for the legal, unlicensed citation or incorporation of copyrighted ...

Legal Online Video and Fair Use – Sharing Versus Ownership

Legal Online Video and Fair Use   Sharing Versus Ownership

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews interview Dr. Shay David, VP of Business and Community Development and co-founder of the open source video platform and network Kaltura, and founding member of the Open Video Alliance, about what he considers to be the most important legal issues with open standards and technologies with online video today.

Are Public Figures “Fair Use” In Online Video Marketing?

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews intellectual property and e-commerce attorney David M. Adler on what’s legally safe to feature a video of a public figure for your own business purposes.

Legal Video Marketing News: Are Public Figures Fair Game?

Legal Video Marketing News: Are Public Figures Fair Game?

Listen to ReelSEO Grant Crowell’s podcast interview with intellectual property attorney Mark J. Rosenberg, as they explore legal issues with featuring an online video of a public figure and using that for commercial purposes?

“Fair Use” Legal Update – What Online Video Professionals Should Know

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews intellectual property and new media attorney David Adler about recent developments with the popular case today involving the battle between fair use and copyright protection, and what it can teach online video marketing professionals about detecting and preventing clear-cut copyright violations in web video.

Social Media: Sharing, Theft and The Fine Line

I've recently had problems with some of my content being republished without any request for permission, links back to the site or editing of the content. As far as I'm concerned that constitutes plagiarism as they are taking credit for the content, copyright infringement as …

Greg Jarboe – IP Extremism Vs Fair Use With Online Video

At SES San Jose 2009, I spoke with Greg Jarboe, President and Co-Founder of SEO-PR, about some common legal questions and issues with regard to online video.  Greg talks about "IP extremism" – the increase of attorneys' knee-jerk legal reactions – including cease-and-desist orders and …

Code of Best Practices In Fair Use for Online Video – Remix Culture

The American University School of Communication's Center for Social Media has released a report on what constitutes fair use of copyrighted video and material online. It is a code of best practices that helps creators, online providers, copyright holders, and others interested in the making …

Video Marketing and Fair Use EBook – Discount for ReelSEO Readers!

Media Mogul Daisy Whitney today released her eBook: Keeping You and Your Content Out of Court: A guide to understanding the Fair Use Doctrine in the digital media age. This eBook is being touted as a "must-read for media producers," and is now available for …

Online Video and The Fair Use Doctrine – Interview With Daisy Whitney

http://www.reelseo.com/fair-use-daisy-1235/ Fair Use in Online Video – What are the important legal issues as they relate to the “Fair Use” doctrine with online video and digital media?

“Fair Use” In Online Video Marketing – The Daisy Whitney Interview

ReelSEO's Grant Crowell interviews Internet video and social networking expert and e-media personality, Daisy Whitney, on her upcoming eBook,Keeping Your Content (and yourself) Out of Court –A guide to understanding the Fair Use doctrine in the digital media age. Daisy's eBook digs into the what …

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