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Creativecommons Podcasting Legal Guide Eng

Creativecommons Podcasting Legal Guide Eng

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PODCASTING LEGAL GUIDE:RULES FOR THE REVOLUTION
Colette Vogele, Esq.
Vogele & AssociatesStanford Center for Internet and Society
Mia Garlick
Creative CommonsStanford Center for Internet and Society
The Berkman Center Clinical Program in Cyberlaw
Harvard Law School
 
 
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This is a human-readable summary of the Legal Code
(available athttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/legalcode
 
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Podcasting Legal Guide, v 1.0
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Discussion in this Guide represents the authors’ understanding of the law in the U.S. at it presently exists. It does not necessarilyrepresent what the authors believe the law should be on these subjects. This Guide provides general information about legal
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS......................................................................................................................................iACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.................................................................................................................................iiiFOREWORD (By Lawrence Lessig)................................................................................................................vINTRODUCTION...............................................................................................................................................vii1. Legal Issues In Creating Your Own Podcast..................................................................................1
1.1. Overview Of The Legal Issues You Need To Consider .......................................................11.1.1. Why Is Copyright Law Relevant?..............................................................................11.1.2. Why Are Publicity Rights Relevant?..........................................................................21.1.3. How Is Trademark Law Relevant?............................................................................21.1.4. What Other Issues Should I Be Thinking About?.....................................................21.2. Copyright Issues.......................................................................................................................21.2.1. Using Written Content Created By Someone Else: Permission IsGenerally Required....................................................................................................21.2.2. The Good News: 5 Instances Where Permission Is Not Required.........................31.2.2.1. You Are Using A Fact, An Idea, A Theory Or Slogan, TitleOr Short Phrase.........................................................................................31.2.2.2. You Are Using Works That Are In The Public Domain...........................41.2.2.3. You Are Using A US Government Work..................................................61.2.2.4. You Are Making A “Fair Use”....................................................................71.2.2.5. You Are Using Creative Commons-Licensed Or “Podsafe”Content.......................................................................................................71.2.3. Special Rules For Librarians Or Teachers..............................................................101.2.4. Using Your Own Written Content............................................................................101.2.5. Incorporating Pre-Existing Audio Voice Recordings..............................................111.2.6. Interviewing Someone Or Asking Someone To Join You InConversation As Part Of Your Podcast...................................................................111.2.7. Using Music...............................................................................................................121.2.7.1. Two Types Of Works Involved In A Copyrighted Song........................121.2.7.2. Two Types Of Copyright “Rights”...........................................................141.2.7.3. Licenses You Will Need..........................................................................161.2.7.4. The “Fair Use” Exception........................................................................191.2.8. Using Video/Images.................................................................................................191.2.9. Fair Use Under Copyright Law And Its Application To Podcasts..........................20

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