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Using trademarked content in a professional blog



Can I use other people’s content on my blog?

The same principle applies to brands: Any original content their employees create belongs to the brand. If you want to use someone else’s content, you should ensure that you: Obtain written permission: Enter a formal agreement with the creator or through the terms of service on a user-generated content site.

Can I use copyrighted images on my blog?

‘Copyright’ indicates that a person holds the rights to control where an image, blog post, etc. is published. They can give you permission to use their photo (e.g. if you email them to ask), but you can’t (legally) use it without their permission.

How do I write a blog post without copyright?





You can add content to your blog without infringing copyrights in several ways. Write your own blog posts from your original ideas. Instead of copying a post from somewhere else, create your own unique posts. If the writing is your original work, then you hold the copyright.

Can you use copyrighted material if you cite it?

You can still cite and refer to other sources (including copyrighted materials) in your work. But to use, copy, or change a copyrighted work, you need permission from the person who holds the copyright. This permission is called a license.

Can I use images from other websites on my blog?

Unless you’re employing the artist, the artist must give you the necessary permissions to use the images in your blog. License an Image from Search Engine Filters: Additionally, you can find licensed images for your blog by using the filter function in various search engines when you run an image search.

Can I copy news articles to my blog?

It is not legal.” You absolutely can not just copy the full text or an article from a news website and just post it on your site. That is in violation of copyright law.



What are the 4 fair use exceptions to copyright?



Since copyright law favors encouraging scholarship, research, education, and commentary, a judge is more likely to make a determination of fair use if the defendant’s use is noncommercial, educational, scientific, or historical.

How can I legally use copyrighted material?

One way to make sure your intended use of a copyrighted work is lawful is to obtain permission or a license from the copyright owner. Contact a copyright owner or author as far as pos- sible in advance of when you want to use the material specified in your permissions request.

When can you use part of a copyrighted work without permission?

Fair use allows limited use of copyrighted material without permission from the copyright holder for purposes such as criticism, parody, news reporting, research and scholarship, and teaching. There are four factors to consider when determining whether your use is a fair one.

Do blogs have copyright?

If you’re familiar with copyright basics, you know that copyright protection is automatic and your posts are YOUR property the minute you publish each post on your blog. However, to have legal standing to bring a lawsuit, you must register that post with the U.S. (or other) government.

What if there is no copyright symbol?

Many people mistakenly believe that, if there is not a copyright symbol, the item is not copyrighted. However, items created after 1978 do not have to have such a symbol. If you don’t want to assert your copyrights but also don’t want people widely distributing the item, putting no symbol might be an option.

Are blogs copyrighted material?

Protecting your intellectual property. Copyright protects the things you create too. You own the original content you post on your blog. If people copy or steal your intellectual property, you have the right to try to stop them.

Can I use movie clips in my blog?

In general, if you are using a music or film clip for educational, research, commentary, or non-profit purposes, or if you are transforming the clip to create a new meaning, then your use of the clip is considered Fair Use.



What are the 4 fair use exceptions to copyright?

Since copyright law favors encouraging scholarship, research, education, and commentary, a judge is more likely to make a determination of fair use if the defendant’s use is noncommercial, educational, scientific, or historical.

How many seconds of copyrighted video can I use?

How much of a copyrighted work can I use under fair use? There are not a lot of clearly defined rules about fair use. Thus, there are no rules such as “you can use up to 30 seconds” of a video or musical recording.