Why you should not use other's copyrighted photos and content in your blog ?

Why you should not use other's copyrighted photos and content in your blog ?

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Are you new in the field of blogging ? Have you just started your blog and dreaming to earn more and more money after some time of blog made ? For fulfilling your dreams, are you stealing other's content from their blog by doing copy-paste and their's blog images or videos then you are making a fatal mistake. Because your blog content will be removed from google and also from your blog for using copyright-protected materials.

If you must work hard and write content for your blog yourself if you have not budget to hire content writer. When you start earning money from your blog then you can hire good content writer for you blog. Before publishing any post, check the content quality and photos/videos quality whether they are copyrighted materials or not, whether they are unique or not. Don't do copy-paste from other's blog and don't use photos or videos of their blog in your blog post.

Here are some important question which are frequently asked new bloggers regarding using copyright-protected content and materials. This might be helpful for you, if you are new in blogging. But keep in mind that using copyright-protected content and photos or videos are not taking risk only in blogging but such activities are also immoral and illegal.

You have permission to use this content. Why was it removed?

If you have obtained permission to use certain copyright-protected materials on your page, you should notify the original owner of the content to avoid accidentally removing that content. If your page has been removed in error, you have the option of contacting the claimant directly with their removal request or submitting a counterclaim.

Before submitting a counterclaim, you should ask yourself a few questions to make sure it's a valid dispute:

  • Are you the copyright owner of the work?
  • Do you have permission from the appropriate copyright owner(s) of all third-party materials used in the work?
  • Can any use of copyrighted material by you be construed as fair use, fair practice or eligible for an exception under applicable copyright law?

If any of the above conditions apply to your content, you should research or consult an attorney for the most appropriate dispute process. If not, you may be violating copyright laws.

How do you get permission to use someone else's songs, pictures or footage?

If you want to include copyright-protected material in your work, you must first obtain permission to do so. Google cannot grant these rights to you and Google will not be able to assist you in finding and contacting parties who may possibly allow those rights to you. This is something that you will have to research and manage on your own or with the help of a lawyer.

If you have already submitted a copyright complaint to Google, why do you have to provide all of my information each time you make another request?

By copyright law, Google require complete copyright notices for each removal request.

The easiest way to submit another complaint is to use Google online webform .

What are the consequences of copyright infringement?

For Google, the consequences of copyright infringement are normal. Google comply with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Under this law, Google may, if properly notified, disable access to Content that infringes applicable copyright law.

If Google receive a valid infringement notice that describes content related to your work as infringing, it will be removed and you may be given a strike.

In addition, the copyright owner may sue you for infringing. In the US, copyright infringement can result in statutory damages of up to $150,000 for each infringing work, and in some cases criminal penalties.

You reported a page to Google that violated your copyright and it was removed, but you just received an email saying it could be reinstated. What is this happening?

Google may have received a response regarding your removal request. By law, if you do not submit proof that you have filed a court action against the user to block the allegedly infringing activity, the content will be reinstated. If Google don't receive that notification from you within 10 days, Google may reinstate that content on Google.

Keep in Mind: If you use copyrighted materials then your content has been always at risk of being removed. So that be responsible and honest towards your blog and write content. If you find this information helpful and important then don't forget to comment and share with your friends.

Anish Kumar Tiwari

I am Anish Kumar Tiwari, founder of this blog. I can write very well on any topics and I like to share information on different topics through my blog. Thank you for visiting my blog.

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