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UCLA Profs Banned From Posting Course Videos

February 5th, 2010 02:39 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

I Don’t Believe in Imaginary Property writes “As of Winter Quarter 2010, UCLA professors will no longer be able to post videos on their course websites. Although they’ve long relied upon fair use protections for educational use, the Association for Information Media and Equipment has made claims that they’re copyright infringers, even though the videos are only available on campus and the students are allowed to watch the videos in the Instructional Media Lab. Even though they believe their use of the materials to be fair, the UCLA has decided to back down rather than face litigation. Many professors have commented that this will hurt students, because they now have to watch all videos at the IML, which isn’t open on weekends, forcing students to try to fit assigned videos between classes.”

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