SHOW NOTES: EPISODE #16 | COPYRIGHT
by |May. 21, 2019 | The Nitty Gritty Podcast
In this episode, Siona and Jenn discuss all things copyright: what it is, what it protects, and how it differs from platform to platform. They also discuss the moral rights of a creative and the importance of getting permission to use content, provide insight on the consequences of using and editing someone’s photos for business purposes.
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Topics discussed In this Episode:
- What is copyright? (1:00)
- 3 different types of intellectual property (2:09)
- What does copyright protect in Canada? (7:30)
- When is a work considered copyrighted? (9:12)
- How long does copyright last? (12:53)
- Importance of copyright and understanding it (14:20)
- Importance of contracts and understanding them (18:07)
- Copyright and social media – get permission! (21:39)
- Finding on-brand images: businesses vs personal purposes (23:13)
- Is it infringement if I’m not making money from it? (24:41)
- Opening up the conversation about copyright (25:31)
- Author’s choice to display their work publicly (26:40)
- Ignorance isn’t always bliss (32:40)
- Sharing/reposting images on Instagram (33:21)
- Questions to ask before posting content (40:42)
- Copyright on Facebook (41:49)
- Copyright on Pinterest (45:27)
- Google Images – are they free to use? (54:05)
- Public Domain and Creative Commons (56:49)
- Adam J. Kurtz (59:27)
- Fair use (1:01:31)
- Consequences of editing someone else’s content (1:04:59)
- Moral rights (1:08:16)
- Shouldn’t a creative just be grateful that their work is getting recognized? (1:09:27)
- Wrapping up & final thoughts (1:15:10)
Resources from this Episode:
Government of Canada
What is Copyright – Video
Adam J. Kurtz:
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