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Can you legally post other people's youtube videos in your articles?


What are the ethics or licensing requirements for posting youtue video links in your articles? I know how it works with photos/images online, but what about videos you find? Thanks!

 

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    TR Smith (calculus-geometry) 4 years ago

    That's right. When you upload a video to YT you are asked if you want others to be able to embed it on their sites. Disabling the embedding means that the video can only be viewed on YT.

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    TR Smith (calculus-geometry) 4 years ago

    When someone uploads videos to YT, he/she can choose whether or not other people can embed them. If a YT video allows you to embed it, then it implies that the creator permits sharing. Otherwise the creator will disable sharing/embedding.

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