I noticed someone had a great video in their hub and then I noticed someone else said that it's good to put videos in one's hubs/with one's hubs, I mean. So I tried it. I found a couple on facebook that I liked and I posted them on hubs. Then, coincidentally, I received a video through facebook tonight (of a band singing) and I noticed it said No Infringement Intended. So now I'm thinking -- are we maybe not supposed to put videos from You Tube onto our hubs? Or is it considered more like attaching a link and it's legally okay to do it?
The videos are not hosted on Hubpages, so your good to go.
If someone has a video that is a copyright/infringement violation, then they will remove it on Youtube or whatever video sharing site it's on.
Thank you for your answer. And I see that I said up above that I bot the videos from Facebook. I meant I got them from You Tube....and then I happened to see one on Facebook that said No Infringement Intended.
That makes sense.. As always, you're a wealth of knowledge. I was wondering about that myself - couldn't find any CC videos out there.
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