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Arts and Humanities
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When you write a story, create a video or record a song , who does the content belong to?
You own the copyright in your work
- the right to copy it
When are you allowed to use media (images, videos, text or music) from the internet?
You can save, copy and/or use;
- Small parts of books (like a quote).
- Media you buy the rights for (some books cost extra so you can copy the pages freely)
- Media labelled with specific Creative Commons usage rights such as 'labelled for reuse'
- Any media who's author has been dead for more than 70 years.
- Any media that you have created.
Is it legal to watch YouTube videos or listen to music without buying the copyright?
Yes. You are able to listen, watch, view or read content that you do not own online, just not copy or save it through downloading to your own device.
At what age can I legally have a Social Media account with sites and Apps like Facebook, Instagram and Snap Chat?
What is plagiarism?
Using another person's work without giving proper credit to that person.
How do I avoid plagiarism? When should I give credit to a source that I have found information from?
You should give credit to a source whenever you use information that is not your own unless it is common knowledge
What I should check first before downloading a movie, app, song or book?
If the site I am downloading from is trustworthy (like the Google Play store, Amazon or iTunes). If not, does the site really hold the copyright to sell for the media you want?
If the content is free, why is it free? Does it have ads? Or do the owners really own the copyright to sell?
If the media costs, who is paying? Have I asked the bill payer?
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