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L36 Embed

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Explanation Videos and Pics

Embedding Allowed

  • General Rule: If Embed Button is available then allowed to copy
  • https://www.quora.com/Do-I-need-permission-to-put-embedded-YouTube-videos-on-my-website
  • No, if you are viewing a video on YouTube and the embed code is available then you can embed it on your site. YouTube gives users the ability to turn off embedding for particular videos. So if a user did not want anyone to embed a particular video, they could restrict the embedding for that. See: Restrict embedding
  • Commercial
  • Same answer as above
  • Legal Terms Youtube
  • Allow to each user of the Service, a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free licence to access your Content through the Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display and perform such Content to the extent permitted by the functionality of the Service and under these Terms.
  • —– Definition of derivative works

Video has an Embed Share
Video has an Embed Share

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Embed Allowed check in Software

  • Present API function for Embed Allowed
  • Evidences rules that the API will not return Embed Not – Allowed videos
  • I did not needed to upload a video, because we have a parameter in youtube api. I integrate it into the script and we do not take videos, which does not allow embeding

API Functionality
API Functionality

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Embed not Allowed

Moral Rights

  • Moral Rights
  • Also known as authorship rights, moral rights comprise a creator’s rights to three things:
  • The Right of Credit or Association guarantees that all creators receive authorship credit in any future presentation of their work.
  • The Right of Integrity guarantees that a creator’s work shall fundamentally remain in the same state in which it was created. The right further guarantees that a creator can stop a work from being distorted, mutilated, modified or used in association with a product, service, cause or institution while also guaranteeing a creator’s right to change a work at any point.
  • The Right of Anonymity or Context guarantees that a creator can decide how a work is used—even if the creator is not the copyright holder.

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