Video explains fair use for video (video video)

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6 Responses to “Video explains fair use for video (video video)”

  1. IamInnocent says:

    Nice: I’ll use this. :)

  2. Anonymous says:

    WE’d love love love to see videos others make about the Code, and we’d love to showcase them on our blog at centerforsocialmedia.org (you can also write socialmedia@american.edu). Ours is designed to reach so many different kinds of people (for instance we expect content company lawyers to provide us some close scrutiny!) that it’s just bound not to be perfectly right for anybody. Looking forward, Pat Aufderheide

  3. Anonymous says:

    Following this video won’t actually prevent you from being sued, of course. You’re more likely to win, but only if you can afford to fight in court for your rights.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I just blogged on this topic earlier this week, after attending a fantastic workshop by the EFF:

    “The Fine Line Between ‘No Offense’ and Legal Action”

    Most people i know aren’t really aware of the details on Fair Use. It could save people a lot of trouble later if they’re willing to do a little research before beginning a new project.

    cheers
    zariat

  5. Anonymous says:

    Very good. But not “a first of its kind document” — See Bucknell’s take on it here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJn_jC4FNDo

  6. XerxesQados says:

    The slow pacing and overall cheesiness of that video makes it feel like a McDonald’s employee training video, despite being informative. I doubt its message will get to the people it needs to reach (i.e. everyone) in its current form.

    I’ll see what I can throw together maybe.

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