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If you publish videos on the YouTube you need to be aware of a change from Google and YouTube that affects who can view, share, or edit your videos. This change affects any video originally posted to You Tube including any links or embedding content provided from YouTube to your website or social media sites.
Google just recently announced the introduction of Creative Commons licenses for YouTube. Individual users MUST decide at they time they upload video -whether to publish their content under the new CC license. If they do so, the video then becomes accessible to every YouTube user for use in their own videos via the YouTube Video Editor. The new feature will give users a large selection of video clips from all types of subject areas. Adding Creative Commons tags will also help YouTube on the copyright front by clearly distinguishing what clips users can use freely and what they cannot.
Users who want to check out the Creative Commons selection right now can go to www.youtube.com/editor and select the CC tab.
Should your dealership use the Creative Commons option?
Creative Commons licenses provide a standard way for content creators to grant someone else permission to use their work. By marking your original video with a Creative Commons license, you are granting the entire YouTube community the right to reuse and edit that video. . You retain your copyright and other users get to reuse your work subject to the terms of the license. Remember, you may ONLY mark your uploaded video with a Creative Commons license if it consists ENTIRELY of content made and licensable by you under the CC-BY license.
Unless you have a specific reason to NOT want your content to be shared or reutilized, it is our view that you should choose YES to the Creative Commons license option. Choosing the ‘standard license’ now means you are NOT granting permission for your work to be shared or re-used.
Want to Know More?
For more information on the CC-BY license and a summary of the full Legal Code with the full license accessible at the bottom of the page—please visit CreativeCommons.org.