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Date Posted: 18:44:04 08/29/02 Thu
Author: Schnee
Subject: It might have been the videos
In reply to: DEHPenguin 's message, "I hope not!!" on 11:45:06 08/29/02 Thu

If you used any substantial lengths of video, then that's what they shut you down for. Screen captures strung together they may have left you alone, but actual reairing of segments of the show, they'll go after you for.

Warner Brothers had been more lenient in these sort of issues (images, photos, logos, etc.) than say Fox, from what I have seen. But they do get kinda uptight about video.

You might be better off keeping the videos offline. They have the money and power to take you to court over it, and you don't need that kind of grief.

I haven't seen your videos because I have dial up and an old puter. So I don't know exactly what you have there.


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