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Are there any copyright issues associated with posting YouTube videos in hubs?


In short, is there any way to get in trouble for doing this if it is a video from a user other than yourself?

 

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tnvrstar says

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    sm825 4 years ago

    You are right I have seen where an official YouTube representative said that if they do not want there videos embedded on other websites, that they should disable the ability for people to embed there videos.


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Learn Things Web says

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Helen Murphy Howell (Seeker7) says

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Stephanie Payne Denne (Neinahpets) says

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Justin W Price (PDXKaraokeGuy) says

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    Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) 4 years ago

    Look for the copyright symbol. Embedding and re-posting and verbal permission do not mean squat.

    Here is what really matters: If you have an impact in what you publish and part of that impact and publication is someone else's copyrighted work. Wrong!


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