Define and distinguish between copyright and other forms of intellectual property.
Many are familiar with the term copyright but have trouble distinguishing copyrights from the other forms of intellectual property such as trademarks and patents. This topic will explain the key differences among intellectual property and help you understand what constitutes copyright. Speakers will also explain best practices for posting on social media and how to ensure you are not committing copyright infringement when posting online. The information will also discuss content licensing and embedding, as well as the reporting process that some of the major platforms utilize. The material will also provide a general overview of copyright litigation, including a discussion of the fair use defense and Section 230 defense for web hosts.
What Is a Copyright?
ï Copyright vs. Trademark vs. Patent
ï What Can Be Copyrighted?
Best Practices for Social Media
ï Copyright and Social Media
ï Use of Photos and Other Content Online
ï FacebookÆ, InstagramÆ and TwitterÆ Policies and Reporting
ï Embedding of Posts
ï Content Licensing
Copyright Infringement and Litigation
ï Common Law Infringement
ï The Copyright Act
ï Fair Use
ï Section 230 Defense
Giselle M. Girones with Shullman Fugate PLLC, and Allison S. Lovelady with Shullman Fugate PLLC
NALA ,NFPA (Pending) ,Additional credit may be available upon request.