Stefanie Damm has posted an answer to the question "My video "SYNCHED OUT" was removed due to "terms of violation". WHY?":
The best thing is to refer yourself to the source of your content- in your case that is http://www.archive.org
Check the terms: http://www.archive.org/about/terms.php and note that the first sentence in the second paragraph states: "Access to the Archive’s Collections is provided at no cost
to you and is granted for scholarship and research purposes
only" and after that the third paragraph gets heavy on copyright and mentions fair use which clearly tells me that they do NOT give you the legal licence to broadcast the content of the site.
And then the audio- it was not just recorded in your studio but was also your own composition, yes?
In particular, you certify that your use of any part of the Archive's Collections will be noncommercial and will be limited to noninfringing or fair use under copyright law.
Fair use is a doctrine in United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as for commentary, criticism, news reporting, research, teaching or scholarship.
simonshack 4 Sep 12 2010, 11:02 AM wrote:Thanks Ma'at - much appreciated
Well, I re-uploaded a renamed copy of the video. It was blocked straight away - but this time because of...
nonhocapito 4 Sep 12 2010, 07:50 PM wrote: Simon can we access this version of Synched out on some part of your website(s) so that we can download it and then try to upload it ourselves to youtube? Just to try...
simonshack 4 Sep 13 2010, 01:01 AM wrote:Yeah, please do that, folks: Upload it on your own YT channel so that this censoring thing backfires completely. (already 4 other YT users have done so).
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