EP 34- How To Get Sued Over Your Social Media Content

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On this episode of The Law Enforcement Social Media Podcast and COPS on Blab, we discussed the legalities of the visual content we use in social media. Everyone, regardless if you are in the law enforcement community or not, uses copy, video, images and infographics in their content they publish for their communities, fans and followers.

However, is it legal to use someone else's photograph? Is it true that if you keep a song under 30 seconds, you are allowed to use it for your public service announcement video?

Some believe that if you give credit to the original artist, then you're okay to use the work. Is this really true?

Our guest this week is not only a personal manager for music artists, but he's an entertainment lawyer as well. Mr. Kamal Moo will be joining the crew this week for a great episode to discuss copyright law and the use of other people's work, like videos, pictures and music.

Meet Kamal Moo

For the past several years, Mr. Moo has represented artists from various genres of music as both personal manager and attorney. In that time he has negotiated several types of entertainment contracts, including recording, music publishing, and producer agreements. Prior to this, Mr. Moo worked in the business affairs department of a boutique venture capital firm based in downtown Los Angeles.

Mr. Moo earned his B.S. in Music Industry from the University of Southern California in 2002, his J.D. from Southwestern Law School in 2005, and was admitted to The State Bar of California in 2006. Mr. Moo was born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Miami, Florida.

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