Web sites and Internet technology make it easier than ever to copy someone’s else’s copyrighted work. You might copy images for your website, or copy news stories for your blog or post images on sites like Pinterest. This may generate an unexpected call that you have violated copyright laws. In this video, Enrico Schaefer of Traverse Legal helps you make sense of using information on the web and what steps to take if you’re accused of copyright violations.
When posting information on the web, copyright owners can select a creative commons license to protect their work. If you use works on the web with this license, be sure to check what you are and are not allowed to do with the work.
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