Always read the terms of service


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Always read the terms of service

Chances are if you're not a lawyer, you probably haven't thought about the concept of Terms of Service. But here's what really happens. If you use somebody else's servers to deliver your video, you have to grant them certain rights when it comes to that video content. The same can be held for blogs and other social media services. When you put your stuff on someone else's site, you must grant them some specific rights on how to use that content. For example, let's take a quick look at YouTube.

Now YouTube posts Broadcast Yourself. In fact, more video is uploaded to YouTube than you could possibly imagine. 48 hours of content every minute of the day. That's just insane, and the truth of the matter is YouTube really doesn't have time for expensive lawsuits. So they make you agree to some pretty specific terms when you put your content up there. Now this may look like gobbledygook and you could read it by going to YouTube's page directly.

Just type in YouTube a...

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