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How can you use the MediaBreaker to talk back to media with videos that will actually get views? (5 min, 43 sec):
Plus, check out these other resources:
- Guided tutorial tells you step-by-step how to make a MediaBreaker video
- Why Do I Need to Understand Fair Use? explains how to stay within the law so we can publish your creations
- Request information about licensing curriculum for the MediaBreaker
- Questions about the MediaBreaker? Something not working properly? Email us here.
Media Breaker Terms of Service:
1. The Purpose of the MediaBreaker:
1.2. The MediaBreaker is not intended for people under the age of 13, so if you’re less than 13 years old you may not use the MediaBreaker!
2. What We’ll Post:
2.1. We have a presentation that explains the basics of fair use law. You need to watch this before you use the MediaBreaker – it will help you create videos that will actually get posted.
2.2. If we think that your video is not a fair use, we will do our best to let you know what should be changed and give you a chance to correct it and resubmit it.
2.3. Once a video is posted to the MediaBreaker, you will not be able to make any further changes to it.
2.4. We will not post anything that we consider indecent, inappropriate, hateful, or dangerous. Please use the Media Breaker nicely.
2.5. We are allowed to take down any video at any time for any reason.
3. Your Use of the MediaBreaker:
3.1. Anything you create on the Media Breaker belongs to the MediaBreaker. By creating and submitting a video, you are assigning all rights in the work, including the copyright and the right to copy the video and post it online. (This is for your protection – if anyone brings legal action as a result of a video on the Media Breaker, we don’t want you to have to be involved.)
3.2. You agree not to hack any of our websites, copy any of our code, steal information about our users, steal our intellectual property, or do anything else that you’re not supposed to.
3.3. We agree not to sell your information to anyone else and to do our best to protect your privacy.
3.4. We can’t be responsible for anything outside of our own websites, so navigate the internet with caution!
4.1. We hope that no disputes ever arise, but if they do they will be governed by the laws of New York State and any lawsuits must be brought in the Eastern District of New York.
4.2. We will do our best to make the MediaBreaker perfect, but we can’t guarantee that there won’t be problems, so you understand that you’re using it at your sole risk and that the MediaBreaker is provided “as is.”