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copy rights and You tube

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by moonlight35, Jan 20, 2011.

  1. Are we breaking copy rights when playing 'You tube' music clips to whole assemblies or classes?
    I am just so confused with it all!

    thanks
     
  2. Are we breaking copy rights when playing 'You tube' music clips to whole assemblies or classes?
    I am just so confused with it all!

    thanks
     
  3. Here are YouTube's terms and conditions:
    http://www.youtube.com/t/terms
    As far as I can see, you are in the clear to display a YouTube video in you school. This is often done at conferences, for example (I do it myself). Bear in mind, however, that you should never copy a YouTube video to your own website - embedding the link is OK. Bear in mind also that many YouTube videos breach copyright and wil disappear as soon as the copyright owner objects.
    Regards
    Graham Daviues
     

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