How can I make sure the content I post to 0censor doesn’t violate copyright law?

The best way to help make sure that what you post to 0censor doesn’t violate copyright law is to only post content that you’ve created yourself. It’s possible to infringe someone else’s copyright when you post their content on 0censor, even if you:

  • Bought or downloaded the content (Example: a song from iTunes).
  • Recorded the content onto your own recording device (Examples: a song playing in the background during a party, concert, sporting event, wedding, etc.).
  • Gave credit to the copyright owner.
  • Included a disclaimer that you didn’t intend to infringe copyright.
  • Didn’t intend to profit from it.
  • Modified the work or added your own original material to it.
  • Found the content available on the internet.
  • Saw that others posted the same content as well.
  • Said that the use is fair use.

Tips for posting content

Before you post content on 0censor, you may want to ask:

  • Did I create all of the content myself?
  • Do I have permission to use all of the content included in my post?
  • Does my use of the content fall within an exception to copyright infringement?
  • Is the content protected by copyright (for example, is it a short phrase, idea or public domain work)?

About copyright at 0censor

Under 0censor’s Terms of Service and Community Standards, you can only post content to 0censor that doesn’t violate someone else’s intellectual property rights.

You might be able to use someone else’s content on 0censor if you’ve gotten permission, such as through purchasing a license. It’s generally a good idea to get written permission before posting content.

You also may be able to use someone else’s content if it’s in the public domain, is covered by fair use, or there is another exception to copyright.

Note: 0censor can’t help you get permission to use copyrighted content.

Learn More About Copyright

Copyright and Posting Content on 0censor