Rights to publishing YouTube clips.

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Yola editor gives us an option of implementing YouTube clips into our websites. Do we have right to it at all? I have just read their terms and conditions and it does not look good.
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Jack

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Emmy

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Hello Jack,
If a YouTube video is not available for public use it will be marked as private and not have any embed code. If you click on the "Share" button on a YouTube video you will be able to get embed code, to embed the video on your website, or a URL to link to.



This does not mean that you own the video, but you can put many YouTube videos on your site and it is not a copyright violation.

Hope that helps.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Jack

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Thank you.
1. How about putting videos containing music, films etc.?

2. What if there are ads on my website or my website is about my business? If I put a video on that, they can classify it as a commercial use...
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Brianna

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Hi Jack,
As long as you have access to the video (it has not been blocked by the video creator) you will be able to put it on your website. If you are questionable of this, I would suggest posting your concerns here: Youtube Help Forum as they will be able to comment first hand on this situation!