Copyright Policy

All materials made available for this seminar are made available for class use only by registered students. Some materials are linked and are subject to the terms established by the source page.

The reference “Class Materials Available for Download” does not imply that materials that are not downloadable from the Class Materials page may be downloaded under any kind of implied license–it means that the only the materials that can be downloaded in their entirety from the Class Materials page may be downloaded and used for class purposes.  For example, a pdf or a podcast may be downloaded, a link to Fora TV should not imply that we are authorizing any use of Fora’s materials that Fora does not offer or authorize on its own site.

All other rights are reserved by the authors.

NOT LEGAL ADVICE

Materials on this website have been prepared for informational purposes only and do not constitute advertising, a solicitation, or legal advice. Transmission of the materials and information contained herein is not intended to create, and receipt thereof does not constitute formation of, an attorney-client relationship regardless of how it is received (including in any comments and in any user comments submitted for posting but not published).  Transmissions on this website are not intended to be real-time contact with end users.  The information contained in this website is provided only as general information that may or may not reflect the most current legal developments; accordingly, information on this website is not promised or guaranteed to be correct or complete.

Internet subscribers and online readers should not rely upon this information for any purpose without seeking legal advice from a licensed attorney in the reader’s state. If you require legal counsel, contact the attorney referral service of your state bar association, for example, www.texasbar.com for Texas residents.

COMMENTS POLICY

We welcome comments.  Before any comment can be posted, it must be intelligible to us.  Meaning, that we have to be able to understand it.  The comments section is intended to provide a forum to discuss and debate  current posts from readers who disclose their identities.  We reserve the right to limit the time that comments may be able to be submitted for posting. We make no warranty as to the accuracy of  readers’ comments, nor do we condone or affirm the opinions of reader-based  comments. Discuss the issue at hand and do not go off topic. The comments  section is not a place for partisan debates. Please be courteous to your fellow commenters. Threats on the editors, authors, or readers of musictechpolicy.com or their families will not be posted and are taken literally and seriously. If you don’t mean it, don’t say it.  Offensive language, cursing  (including replacing letters with characters), racial or ethnic slurs, and  sexist remarks will not be posted.  We also tend not to publish comments that are of the “I thought of that first” or “me, too” variety.  Write your own blog if you want to express those ideas.

Copyright notices should be sent to fournights [at] fournighstofrights.com

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