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The legal aspects of content curation
case examples
Merel Teunissen / @merelteunissen
Almost all content on the internet is protected by copyright law.
Today I will discuss how you legally curate someone else...
Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content
1. Permission author
2. Quotation right
3. Hyperlink and embedded link...
1. Permission author
Use content only in that way you have permission for.
@merelteunissen
22tracks is author licensed by Dutch collecting society Buma/Stemra
2. Quotation right
Requirements quote:
1. ‘Serious’ expressions
2. From a published source
3. Clearly indicate the source
...
2. Quotation right
1. A ‘serious’ expression
Only quote in ‘serious’ expressions.
For serious purposes.
@merelteunissen
2. Quotation right
2. From a published source
You can only quote from a published source.
Not from unlawfully published co...
Unlawfully quoted content. Photo was never published by Playboy.
2. Quotation right
3. Clearly indicate the source
Clearly indicate the source including the authors name
(as far as reason...
Lawfully indicated source on 101cookbooks.com
2. Quotation right
4. Proportionality and functionality
Proportional - you can’t quote more than necessary.
Functional - t...
Quote: not proportional and functional
Quote: proportional and functional
Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content
1. Permission author
2. Quotation right
3. Hyperlink and embedded link...
3. Hyperlink and embedded link
The content was placed on a freely accessible website.
Hyperlink - allow users to click the...
Curated content via hyperlinks.
Curated content via embedded links.
4. Creative Commons
A copyright license system which provides authors an easy
way to give the public permission to share a...
search.creativecommons.org
unsplash.com - content licensed under Creative Commons
5. Public domain
The duration of a copyright is 70 years after the death of the
author. When these 70 years have passed th...
Rijksstudio by Rijksmuseum
IN SUMMARY
Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content
1. Permission author
2. Quotation right
3. Hyperlink and em...
Questions? Need advice?
Merel Teunissen
teunissen@vwsadvocaten.nl
020 675 88 21
06 246 058 46
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The Legal Aspects of Content Curation: Case Examples

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The Legal Aspects of Content Curation: Case Examples

  1. 1. The legal aspects of content curation case examples Merel Teunissen / @merelteunissen
  2. 2. Almost all content on the internet is protected by copyright law. Today I will discuss how you legally curate someone else’s content. @merelteunissen
  3. 3. Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content 1. Permission author 2. Quotation right 3. Hyperlink and embedded link 4. Creative Commons 5. Public domain @merelteunissen
  4. 4. 1. Permission author Use content only in that way you have permission for. @merelteunissen
  5. 5. 22tracks is author licensed by Dutch collecting society Buma/Stemra
  6. 6. 2. Quotation right Requirements quote: 1. ‘Serious’ expressions 2. From a published source 3. Clearly indicate the source 4. Proportionality and functionality @merelteunissen
  7. 7. 2. Quotation right 1. A ‘serious’ expression Only quote in ‘serious’ expressions. For serious purposes. @merelteunissen
  8. 8. 2. Quotation right 2. From a published source You can only quote from a published source. Not from unlawfully published content. @merelteunissen
  9. 9. Unlawfully quoted content. Photo was never published by Playboy.
  10. 10. 2. Quotation right 3. Clearly indicate the source Clearly indicate the source including the authors name (as far as reasonably possible) @merelteunissen
  11. 11. Lawfully indicated source on 101cookbooks.com
  12. 12. 2. Quotation right 4. Proportionality and functionality Proportional - you can’t quote more than necessary. Functional - the quote has to be relevant to the context of the text. @merelteunissen
  13. 13. Quote: not proportional and functional
  14. 14. Quote: proportional and functional
  15. 15. Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content 1. Permission author 2. Quotation right 3. Hyperlink and embedded link 4. Creative Commons 5. Public domain @merelteunissen
  16. 16. 3. Hyperlink and embedded link The content was placed on a freely accessible website. Hyperlink - allow users to click their way from webpage to webpage. Embedded link - allow users to publish copyrighted content by the use of framing technology. @merelteunissen
  17. 17. Curated content via hyperlinks.
  18. 18. Curated content via embedded links.
  19. 19. 4. Creative Commons A copyright license system which provides authors an easy way to give the public permission to share and publish their content on its own conditions. @merelteunissen
  20. 20. search.creativecommons.org
  21. 21. unsplash.com - content licensed under Creative Commons
  22. 22. 5. Public domain The duration of a copyright is 70 years after the death of the author. When these 70 years have passed the content is free to the public domain. @merelteunissen
  23. 23. Rijksstudio by Rijksmuseum
  24. 24. IN SUMMARY Five common ways to legally use copyrighted content 1. Permission author 2. Quotation right 3. Hyperlink and embedded link 4. Creative Commons 5. Public domain @merelteunissen
  25. 25. Questions? Need advice? Merel Teunissen teunissen@vwsadvocaten.nl 020 675 88 21 06 246 058 46

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