AIOP Video Copyright Policy is an integral part of AIOPVideo.com Legal Terms and Conditions of use.
This Copyright Policy set forth contains information about Copyright notions, Rights and infringements, and the procedure available to copyright holders and/or their agents to remove allegedly infringing materials on AIOPVideo.com .
By adopting the copyright policy toward copyright infringement AIOP Video recognizes, the DMC policy and is in accordance with the DMC(Digital Millennium Copyright) Act, also to EU regulation for copyright.
COPYRIGHT NOTION AND BEST PRACTICES
According to copyright law, in order to be eligible for copyright protection, a work must be creative and it must be fixed in a tangible medium. Names and titles are not, by themselves, subject to copyright, but may be subject to trademark.
Copyright is just one form of intellectual property.
It's not the same as the trademark, which protects brand names, mottos, logos, and other source identifiers from being used by others for certain purposes. It is also different from patent law, which protects inventions.
The creator of the work automatically owns the copyright to the work.
As the copyright owner, they have the exclusive right to use the work. Usually, only the copyright owner can decide whether someone else has permission to use the work.
Examples: paintings, posters, and advertisements, TV shows, movies, and online videos, sound recordings, and musical compositions, lyrics, and lectures, articles, books, plays and musicals, computer games, software, etc.
Copyright and Privacy are different things.
You, or details about you, may appear in someone else’s video, but you do not own the copyright on the video, you can only claim privacy infringement if you did not agree or approve the data about you.
Fair use, Creative Commons and Permissions
Some work owners may choose to allow others to reuse their work under certain conditions and they grant Creative Commons license with the respective requirements.
Also, is possible to use copyright-protected work without infringing on the owner’s copyright.
This can be done through “fair use” .
“Fair use” is a legal doctrine that says you can reuse copyright-protected material under certain circumstances without getting permission from the copyright owner. BUT the “fair use” rights are different from country to country, so I better to seek more information about this doctrine and legal advice.
Or can be done by getting permission to use someone else's content in your video.
AIOP Video cannot grant you the right to use content that has already been uploaded to the site. If you wish to use someone else’s YouTube video, you may want to reach out to them directly. If you want to include copyright-protected material in your video, you’ll generally need to seek permission to do so first. AIOP Video cannot grant you these rights and we are unable to assist you in finding and contacting the parties who may be able to grant them to you. This is something you’ll have to research and handle on your own or with the assistance of a lawyer.
Public Domain Rights
In time, copyrighted works eventually lose their copyright protection and fall into the “public domain,” making them free for everyone to use. But this typically takes many years. Keep in mind that the rules for the public domain differ from country to country.
Nevertheless, it is your responsibility to verify that a work is in the public domain before you upload it
Licensing third-party content
Licenses have explicit permission for using the content and often include limitations for how the content is used. You should seek legal advice for any licensing agreement to be certain which rights are granted and which rights are reserved by the owner. First, reach out to the copyright owners or rights holders directly and obtain the appropriate licenses for your use. Prior to uploading a video, you must get the rights to all elements in your video—music (even if it’s just playing in the background), video clips, photos, etc.
Even if you give the copyright owner credit, posting videos that include content you purchased may still violate copyright law.
Note something, often ignored, that leads to copyright infringement: just because you recorded something yourself does not always mean you own all rights to upload it. If what you recorded includes someone else's copyrighted content, such as copyrighted music playing in the background, then you would still need to get permission from the appropriate rights owners.
REPORTING COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT
Each user must ensure that the materials they upload do not infringe on any third-party copyright. AIOP Video will promptly remove materials in accordance with the Copyright regulations when properly notified that the materials infringe a third party's copyright.
Upon receiving the complaint, the AIOP Video and All In One Profits® company copyright policy entitles us to :
- Verify the accuracy of the complaint
- Block the access to Content and/or remove the Content that is proven to be copyrighted material that has been illegally copied and distributed by any of its affiliates, content providers, or users;
- Remove, discontinue and block the access to the service to repeat offenders.
Copyright Takedown Procedure
Copyright law requires sites like AIOP Video to process takedown requests and describe the process we must follow. A copyright takedown requires the owner to submit a formal notice to us with all the legal requirements filled out.
If you choose to submit a copyright takedown request, remember that you're starting a legal process.
If your copyright-protected work was posted on AIOP Video without authorization, you may submit a copyright infringement notification. Nevertheless, be sure to consider whether “fair use”, “fair dealing”, or a similar exception to copyright applies before you submit.
In filing any request, please ensure that your notice is complete and that your statements are accurate. If we request additional information necessary to make your notice complete, please provide that information promptly.
If you fail to provide the required information, your request may not be processed further
False claims and the misuse of this takedown process may result in the suspension of your account or other legal consequences
The notice about copyright infringement should be sent by the copyright owner or an agent authorized to act on the owner’s behalf.
To request the removal of materials based upon copyright infringement, you must file a notice containing the following:
- Contact information of the claimant: name, address, phone number, and email address.
- Description of the copyrighted work or materials that you claim has been infringed.
- Description of the work or material that is claimed as infringing.
- Information regarding the location where the material that you claim infringing can be found, with sufficient details so that AIOP Video may be able to locate it.
- A statement that you have a good faith belief that the use of the copyrighted work is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
- A statement by you UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY that the information in your notice is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner.
- Your physical or electronic signature
Sending the takedown request:
The fastest way you may file your notice is by email:
If required we may disclose notices with affected users and third-party databases and law entities that collect information about copyright takedown notices.
If you are an AIOP Video user or Content provider and believe the content removed is not infringing the copyright or you have the right to post and use such Content from the copyright owner and you wish to challenge the removal of materials caused by a copyright takedown notice, you must file a Counter-Notification containing the following:
- Your name, address, and telephone number.
- A description or identification of the content or material that was removed or disabled, and the location on AIOP Video where it previously appeared before it was removed or disabled.
- A statement, under penalty of perjury, that you have a good faith belief that the material was removed or disabled as a result of a mistake or misidentification of the Content.
- A statement that you consent to the jurisdiction in which the Content provider’s or user’s address is located, and that you will accept service of process from the person who filed the original takedown notice or an agent of that person.
- A physical or electronic signature of the Content provider or user;
Sending the Counter-notification
The fastest is by email at
AIOP Video is not able to mediate rights ownership disputes.
When we receive a complete and valid takedown notice, we remove the content as the law requires. When we receive a valid counter-notification, we forward it to the person who requested the removal. After this, only the two parties involved can resolve the issue either amicable or in court.
AIOP Video (All In One Profits®) will forward any complete counter-notification to the person who filed the original infringement notice. The copyright owner(s) may elect to file a lawsuit against you for copyright infringement. If we do not receive notice that such a lawsuit has been filed within 20 business days after we provide to the complainant the notice of your counter-notification, we may restore the challenged materials. Until that time, your materials will remain removed.
STRIKES AND REPEATED INFRINGEMENTS
- Claimant Strike – if the claimant is one of AIOP Video user
In certain circumstances, AIOP Video will terminate the user account for 3 strikes regarding copyright takedown notices that are not justified or proved by the content publisher to be malevolent.
2. Content Publisher Strike
AIOP Video will terminate the user account that receives 3 copyright infringement strikes. Each time the material is removed from a user’s account due to a copyright infringement notice is considered a strike. If multiple notices are received within a short period of time we may cumulate and consider them as a single strike.
3. Strike removal
In certain appropriate circumstances, we may remove the strike on the user account.
This may happen when the content is restored due to a valid counter-notification or
when the claimant withdraws the takedown notice.
- Repeated infringements
In appropriated circumstances, if the user has a history of repeated violation and infringements of our Legal Terms, we may remove the user account with less than 3 strikes, usually only for 1 strike.
If you have any inquiries you may contact us through our Customer Support or by email at
Last updated: 2019-10-20