Answered By: Katie Hutchison
Last Updated: Aug 08, 2016     Views: 23374

YouTube videos are copyrighted to the person who created and then uploaded them onto YouTube.  You can link to another person's YouTube video, but you should never re-upload it or claim it is your own.  Some YouTube videos can contain copyrighted materials (such as a clip from a television show) and those who upload this sort of media can get into trouble.

Using a flipped YouTube video in TedEd is totally safe because it links to the original video.

Comments (2)

  1. I am a disabled composer and writer. I have never submitted copyright my stuff as I think that having it played years ago and urging it on YouTube and SoundCloud and Facebook I am proving that it is my own work. I used to play in disabled orchestras and belonged to scope and the RND. I am deaf with CP. I only have debit cards and don't trust these new publishing companies. Can you please advise?...
    by Janet cattier on Dec 24, 2017.
  2. @Janet cattier - I recommend you speak with a lawyer.
    by Katie Hutchison on Jan 02, 2018.

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