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Clarification about copyrighted material

Discussion in 'Support' started by Optimopeach, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. This question was sparked by a thread in the Heavyweights about the Vera/Werdum stoppage (beaten to death, I know). Anyway, the poster of the thread included a link to a video of the fight. Now, obviously, distribution of UFC fights (Zuffa's property) raises the issue of copyright infringement. That's fine. But where is the line drawn? Wouldn't gifs of excerpts of fights fall under the same classification of infringement? After all, before distributing copyrighted video, all images must first be given a pass of clearance by Zuffa. Why is the enforcement of this policy only applied to videos instead of fragments of fights shown in gifs?

    I'm not bitching or anything, I'm mostly just curious, as it seems to be a double standard. I'm not well versed in law by any means, so don't tease me if I am completely wrong.

    Also, I apologize if this is in the wrong section. I wasn't entirely sure where to post this, but after looking at a few of the other threads in this forum I thought it would fit.

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