Huh??? Copyright Explained

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Copyright

http://cyberlaw.stanford.edu/blog/2007/03/fairy-use-tale

Copyright is a legal right created by the law of a country that grants the creator of an original work exclusive rights for its use and distribution. This is usually only for a limited time. The exclusive rights are not absolute but limited by limitations and exceptions to copyright law, including fair use.

Do these have copyrights on them?

If so, what does the copyright tell you?

poem by O. Wilfong

Ideas

If so, what does the copyright tell you?

Copyright Exemptions

  • Names of products, businesses, etc. ™
  • Titles of works
  • Ideas
  • Lists

https://smallbusinessbodyguard.com/ideas-and-other-things-that-copyright-doesnt-protect/`

Lists are not original and creative

What does copyright mean to me?

YouTube

  • “I claim no rights to this song/video.”
  • 100% your stuff

Stating I claim no rights to this song/video does nothing. It is easy to violate copyright with YouTube. The safest way to avoid a youtube copyright violation is to only upload things that are 100% yours.

You cannot disclaim the rights to the song or video you are uploading does not matter because you never had the right to reproduce a copy of that performance in the first place.

http://www.lawtechnologytoday.org/2016/03/tips-avoid-copyright-infringment/

YouTube Content ID

Matches video and audio against a database and gives copyright owners options:

  • Mute audio that matches their music.
  • Block a whole video from being viewed.
  • Monetize the video by running ads against it.
  • Track the video’s viewership statistics.

Stating I claim no rights to this song/video does nothing. It is easy to violate copyright with YouTube. The safest way to avoid a youtube copyright violation is to only upload things that are 100% yours.

You cannot disclaim the rights to the song or video you are uploading does not matter because you never had the right to reproduce a copy of that performance in the first place.

copyright holders must consider fair use before they send a copyright takedown notice

http://www.lawtechnologytoday.org/2016/03/tips-avoid-copyright-infringment/

YouTube

Stating I claim no rights to this song/video does nothing. It is easy to violate copyright with YouTube. The safest way to avoid a youtube copyright violation is to only upload things that are 100% yours.

You cannot disclaim the rights to the song or video you are uploading does not matter because you never had the right to reproduce a copy of that performance in the first place.

http://www.lawtechnologytoday.org/2016/03/tips-avoid-copyright-infringment/

Showing Movies

  • Face-to-face teaching activities
  • Non-profit educational institution
  • Classroom or similar
  • Lawful copies of the movie

Performance Rights

Needed

  • Showing open to public
  • Showing in public space
  • Persons in attendance outside the “norm”

Not Needed

  • Privately viewing the filming
  • In class as part of a curriculum to official students
  • Public domain films

YES -- you need public performance rights:

NO -- you do not need public performance rights:

Reproducing Text

  • Articles, short stories, etc. can be copied for handouts
    • Cannot replace books
    • Cannot charge for copies
    • One per student
    • Copyright notice affixed

Cannot replace text books

Music/Band/

Orchestra

  • Excerpts of sheet music
    • Not a “performable unit” (whole song, movement, etc.)
  • 10% or less
  • One copy per pupil

Cannot replace text books

Fair Use

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suMza6Q8J08

The ability to use a small amount of copyrighted work without permission, but only in certain ways and in specific situations (schoolwork and education, news reporting, criticizing or commenting on something, and comedy/parody).

***don’t forget about citations***

Fair Use

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suMza6Q8J08

Four Points of

Fair Use

https://d2e111jq13me73.cloudfront.net/sites/default/files/uploads/classroom_curriculum/6-8-unit3-reworkreuseremix-2015.pdf

Fair Use & Me

  • Not a free for all
  • No specific limits
  • Good judgement
  • Be responsible
  • Give credit

Copying Other Print Materials

Not fair use if the copying print materials provides replacements or substitutes for the purchase of books, tests, workbooks, etc.

Cannot replace text books

Students &

Fair Use

  • Follow guidelines
    • specific situations
    • certain ways
  • Be responsible
  • Give credit

Examples

Fair Use & Copyright

Creative Commons

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZvJGV6YF6Y

A Creative Commons (CC) license is one of several public copyright licenses that enable the free distribution of an otherwise copyrighted work. A CC license is used when an author wants to give people the right to share, use, and build upon a work that they have created.

"Creative Commons Licenses Explained" by MaconEastLibraryProject is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

Creative Commons in the Classroom

  • Follow copyright rules
  • Always give credit
  • Good judgement
  • Be responsible

Creative Commons & Copyright

Creative Commons Image Searching

Google Images

Flickr

Public Domain

Creative work that’s not copyrighted and therefore free for you to use however you want.

Public Domain in the Classroom

Public Domain & Copyright

Showing Movies and Copying Printed Materials

Movie & Print FAQs

Creative Commons Resources

Wikimedia Commons

Sound Bible

Archive

Vimeo

Public Domain Resources

Images

Audio & Video

Other Copyright Resources

Fair Use Resources

YouTube Copyright Resources

THANKS!

Any questions?

You can find me at:

@melissajrosen

mrosen@d70schools.org

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Works Cited

“Copyright on Campus: Showing Movies in Class and on Campus." Guides @ UF. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2018.

"Copyright." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 23 Feb. 2016.

"Dillon Francis, DJ Snake - Get Low." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

"Drop That NaeNae By @WeAreToonz (OFFICIAL #NaeNae Song)." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

"Fair Use." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Web. 23 Feb. 2016.

"Fergie - A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got) Ft. Q-Tip, GoonRock." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

Fryer, Wesley. “Copyright and Recording Full-Length Library Books.” Moving at the Speed of Creativity, 2 Sept. 2008, www.speedofcreativity.org/2008/09/02/copyright-and-recording-full-length-library-books/.

Works Cited

Garbis, Anastasios. “Tips To Help Avoid YouTube Copyright Infringement.” Law Technology Today, 11 Mar. 2016, www.lawtechnologytoday.org/2016/03/tips-avoid-copyright-infringment/.

“Ideas and Other Things That Copyright Doesn't Protect.” Small Business Bodyguard, 14 Apr. 2015, smallbusinessbodyguard.com/ideas-and-other-things-that-copyright-doesnt-protect/.

"Katy Perry - Dark Horse (Audio) Ft. Juicy J." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

Nick Jonas - Jealous." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

"Nick Jonas - Teacher (Audio)." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

"PERFORMANCE OF OR SHOWING FILMS IN THE CLASSROOM." (n.d.): n. pag. Web. 25 Feb. 2018.

Plan, Lesson. "A Creator’s Rights." A Creator’s Rights. Common Sense Media. Web. 23 Feb. 2016.

Plan, Lesson. Rework, Reuse, Remix. Common Sense Media. Web. 23 Feb. 2016.

Works Cited

Stim, Richard, and ="image" / Rich StimAttorney at Law, Nolo Legal Editor, Blogger — Dear Rich: Nolo’s Patent, Copyright and Trademark Blog, Author, Nolo Press WebsiteTwitterFacebookGoogle+Posts. "Educational Uses of Non-coursepack Materials." Stanford Copyright and Fair Use Center. N.p., 17 Apr. 2017. Web. 25 Feb. 2018.

"Trey Songz - Bottoms Up Ft. Nicki Minaj [Official Video]." YouTube. YouTube. Web. 24 Feb. 2016.

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