About us and Copyrights

This is Polyglot TV, and it is based on our own content, but also using some Public YouTube videos, adapted or not, to spread the idea of the producer (but on this case we are no responsible for the content), evaluate the skill of some language speakers (on this case only fragments will be used). My Polyglot does not host any video, every single one are hosted either on YouTube or Vimeo.

Which types of work are subject to copyright?
  • Audiovisual works, such as TV shows, movies, and online videos
  • Sound recordings and musical compositions
  • Written works, such as lectures, articles, books, and musical compositions
  • Visual works, such as paintings, posters, and advertisements
  • Video games and computer software
  • Dramatic works, such as plays and musicals

Ideas, facts, and processes are not subject to copyright. In order to be eligible for copyright protection, a work must be both creative and fixed in a tangible medium. Names and titles are not, by themselves, subject to copyright.

Different countries have different rules about when it’s okay to use material without the copyright owner’s permission. For example, in the United States, works of commentary, criticism, research, teaching, or news reporting might be considered fair use. Some other countries have a similar idea called fair dealing that may work differently.

Courts analyze potential fair uses according to the facts of each specific case. You’ll probably want to get legal advice from an expert before uploading videos that contain copyright-protected material.

If you choose to request removal of content by submitting an infringement notification, please remember that you are initiating a legal process, so do not make false or personal claims. Misuse of this process may result in the suspension of your account or other legal consequences, through YouTube and/or Vimeo

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