Copyright Law For Content Creators: Be Safe! Not Sued!
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Copyright - get it right first time, every time! It is essential that you always comply fully with copyright law - this copyrighting course takes you "by the hand" and shows exactly what copyright is, so that you don't fall foul of copyright law. Forget, please, what you think you know - you are very likely to be surprised. This course will really help anyone interested in copyright compliance, especially those who produce content: educators, bloggers, video makers, authors, and more.
Although I do have a law degree, and understand legalese, this class is in no way intended to constitute legal advice.
That would be illegal for me to do!
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|Section 1: Learning About Copyrights and What They Mean|
This part covers what this copyright course is about and more importantly, what the course is NOT about.
It introduces the
|Section 2: A Bit Of History|
From the printing press, to the U.S. Constitution, to the Internet - Copyright Law has been around for centuries.
The printing press created the ability to make copies of people's work, and copyright was born to protect the content creators.
Modern technology has led to changes in copyright law and the law will keep changing as new lawsuits, and new legislation create new rules.
|Section 3: What Exactly Does Copyright Mean|
Many of us have an idea of what copyright means and what copyright law is all about... but too many of us get that information from well meaning friends, and online groups.
And unfortunately, a lot of that information is at best incomplete, and at worst, incorrect.
This section tries to set you straight on the origins of USA law and offers links to where you can find out more. Maybe more than you might wish to know.
Fair use and educational use are also discussed.
Because the more you know, and the more careful you are, the less you are likely to be sued for copyright infringement.
|Section 4: What Can I Do?|
In this section there are suggestions for what to look for when seeking content, warnings about small print, making sure you understand what you are using or buying, and a lot more!
Copyright and license basics:
|Section 5: Summary and Conclusions|
This final section about copyright repeats the advice to BE CAREFUL when using material from the Internet.
You do not want to be sued for copyright infringement.
It also states how expensive it can be to have to engage in copyright litigation! Lawsuits are very costly and if you lose, you not only have to still pay your own attorney, you may be ordered to pay the holder of the copyright a substantial amount.
Being safe in your content production is the best way to go!
So know about copyright, copyright infringement, and hopefully stay out of trouble.
|Section 6: Resources I Use|
|Lecture 6||2 pages|
This document contains links to resources that I know, like, trust and use :)
|Section 7: Legal Lingo|
I hope that you never ever get sued, but there are words you still need to know when you are reading legal information or even reading about lawsuits. This lecture contains many of the basic terms.
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Lynn Dorman, Ph.D.; J.D. creates and publishes books, ebooks, courses, and other products through Gray Wolf Productions.
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She took a break from psychology, got a law degree, and subsequently practiced both professions. Now she writes and teaches subjects for which she has knowledge and expertise.
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