I did a little research on copyright for an organisation I am a member of. Laws vary from one country to another and the problem with the internet is that you have to be aware of the law where ever the video can be watched. For example you could legally post something in your country but it might breach copyright here in Australia so you could be liable under our law.
What I did find out was that under our copyright law the rights expire 50 years after the death of the creator. I would think that means never for a corporate creator.
I'm about to take all my vids down. I uploaded some vids from last year's GPS and USFSA claimed a copyright on those! So I took down the four or five vids I had on my hubby's account (before I got my own) and all of the vids from 07-08 season on my account as well. It really sucks. We're just trying to share skating with other fans since it isn't shown much on TV. Plus, I honestly don't think this is going to make fans in the US want to subscribe to IceNetwork's coverage. I know USFSA has a copyright claim and all but the way they're taking down vids is scary.
[QUOTE=satchelpooch318;1974503]OMG, It's Julia Soldatova's Shower Curtain program!
??? shower curtain???
That is pretty weird though lol.
Michelle Kwan 1997 SA LP
Even though I love both versions of the program, I love this one more. It feels a little more complete.
the SP has what is still one of my favorite step sequences ever.
Last edited by lmarie086; 11-19-2008 at 09:22 PM.
Now I'm not so certain that Jimmy MacElroy's character was based on the stereotypes conjured up by Johnny Weir.
Norbert Schramm - 1983 Europeans LP
Last edited by bardtoob; 11-24-2008 at 01:53 AM.
Can anyone find a full version of Kurt Browning's Singing in the Rain special and the Aladdin on Ice with Browning and Yamaguchi special?
Thanks for posting the montage; another piece of great work.
Last edited by bardtoob; 11-27-2008 at 11:05 AM.