We recently hosted a lip-smacking lunch-and-learn about online content and copyright law with some of our favorite entrepreneur clients and friends. Here are a few highlights.
In an ideal, lawyer-approved world, you would never use someone else’s content without their permission. That said, we know business doesn’t work that way. So what do you do? Like many business decisions, you need to weigh the risk/reward scenario. When you are posting potentially infringing content for your business, think about:
Protecting Your Content
Protecting your own creative content can feel like an uphill battle. Manage the overwhelm by keeping a few points in mind:
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IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: This blog post is published for general informational purposes only. This isn't legal advice, and it does not form an attorney-client relationship or constitute attorney-client communication. If you need legal advice on a copyright matter, contact us.