Again, as the law currently goes, you should be fine as long as WE as creators don't break the rule in our content. HOWEVER, I am against the rule and have been, but it's too late for that now :/I agree with your opinion, Andrew. I'm just worried about my viewers, who 10% are european. I don't want them to miss out on my videos. So many other creators have quit because of this law, but i'm not giving up.
I am against the rule because it ends up hurting the people it's supposed to protect.Again, as the law currently goes, you should be fine as long as WE as creators don't break the rule in our content. HOWEVER, I am against the rule and have been, but it's too late for that now :/
That is kinda what seems to be the issue with this law. That which is considered fair use in the US, even obvious fair use, will now be considered illegal in the EU due to this law unless people get permission/license to use the content. In essence, the concept of doing a movie review, especially one that is negative towards a movie, will likely be considered illegal without permission from the studio that owns the movie rights to use footage from the movie such as the trailer or maybe even images from posters and such. The law is simply too broad and doesn't specify at what point is something illegal or not and thus it basically makes everyone guilty till proved innocent.I don't really know enough about, but if it is about copyright... original content creators should have nothing to worry about. Can people still use clips from a movie trailer for a review?