How to guard your company blog, intranet and social media posts from copyright infringement
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Employees use Twitter, Google, YouTube and other content- sharing sites more than ever.
Employees enjoy total access to copyright-protected music, images and text as a part of their day-to-day work.
Awareness of copyright implications and best practices in content reuse are important in making good decisions about using copyrighted materials.
- The basics of copyright law
- What is and is not copyright-protected
- Fair use — what it is and how it works
- When copyright permission is needed
- Social media, digitized content and copyright law
- How to obtain copyright permission
Michele Ayers leads Copyright Clearance Center’s educational programs from development to delivery. Through Copyright Clearance Center’s courses, webinars and events, thousands have improved their understanding of copyright and compliance best practices. Michele is a speaker and educator on copyright law at companies and events worldwide. Since joining Copyright Clearance Center in 1999, Michele has developed a deep appreciation of the concerns and needs of content providers and users worldwide.