When we find new music or movies that we love, our natural inclination might be to share those with our friends. That’s a good thing, and good citizens know how to do it! Lesson 3 teaches how to draw the line between sharing that is legal and ethical and sharing that violates copyright law.
LESSON 3: Sharing Content — How Much is OK?
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|Video Link||Video Id||Description||Runtime
|View Video||3.1||“Metallica Drummer Lars Ulrich Recalls Battle with Napster”||4:08|
|(Review) “What’s Up with Copyright Anyway?—A Brief (Very Brief) History and Copyright Basics”||5:30|
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