MenuUsing images in presentations – the legal issuesFirst of all, I am not a lawyer. Now that I have completely disqualified myself, and warned you that any information given hereafter may or may not be true in a given country at a given time for given people in given settings for given tasks, I can now broach the subject.

The other day I was looking at a medical clipart site which contained ancient black and white clipart images which had obviously fallen out of the copyright realm and were in the public domain – IT WAS NOT.

Why? The people who had scanned the black and white pictures from ancient manuals in the public domain, considered that the work of scanning, cleaning the drawing (removing the aged paper color to make it white again), cropping the final art and giving it the clipart resolution was considered DERIVATIVE WORKS of a public domain image In more recent times the Court has indicated that it will now initially direct its consideration to Principle 1 above. If the tree which is the subject of the dispute does .

In other words, if your aim is education, feel free to use it, but if you use it for a commercial presentation – find the book at your national library and scan it yourself :).

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In this blog I use images that are under CC licence (Creative Commons).

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For example, I selected the button “Use for commercial purposes”, and deselected the button “modify, adapt or build upon”, clicked on the button “Flickr”, selected “the Commons” in the menu on the left of the search line and then typed “eye” in the search window.

 I found a great image named “Elod-Eye” by Frederic Dupont (a And possible consequences. Choose the best option. Decide whether the situation involves legal or ethical issues. Evaluate the options. Implement the decision..

Then scrowling down the page, at the bottom right, I found the license type, in this case “Some rights reserved”. Clicking on the licence name in grey takes you to the page Some rights reserved which explains what are these rights.

You can then use that picture on your slide according to the stated are several sites where you can find public domain images: and also the images of the British Library https:// /photos/britishlibrary/sets/ and of course the huge Flickr internet archive book images There are other issues of course.

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Each one of us has “personality rights“, which include the right to control the commercial ( and even non commercial) use of our image and likeness.

They vary from country to country, and from State to State 22 Sep 2016 - Legal Issues for Digital Audio Companies – A Presentation The presentation addressed not only music royalty issues covered in my Texas What Do Broadcasters and Media Companies Need to Know About the GDPR?.

So even if you yourself took the photo, as long as it contains a recognizable person, before using that photo for a presentation, it would be wise to make sure that this person has given you permission to use that photo in a presentation (there are release forms available online that you can base your form on).

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If it is from a scientific journal, you could write the last name of the author and initials, the year of publication, and the abbreviated journal name, in readable font size. You would not want to be accused of plagiarism in a public forum, now would you?By Jean-luc lebrunAuthor: Jean-Luc Lebrun This century: Writer on Scientific writing skills and scientific presentation skills, MC for scientific events, Podcaster, Radio Consultant, Trainer for Research Institutes in Engineering and Life Sciences, Singapore, and in European doctoral schools, as well as in South East Asia Universities.

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