Last Updated: 29 Sep, 2023 Views: 12
- The Terms and Conditions for a video editing program may offer a free version of the program, but only if you do not remove the company's watermark from the video
As the Terms and Conditions are part of a legal contract you make with these companies when you use their services, they are binding even if your use would otherwise be allowable under copyright exceptions or statutory licences.
For educators and teaching staff, this is particularly relevant for showing multimedia in the classroom. While the education statutory licence allows the showing of broadcast material in a class, the Terms and Conditions of the platform (e.g., Netflix, Stan) may prohibit this use. Contact the Library to find an alternative for accessing this content.