The 10/19/14 YT video "Supreme Court: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)" gives a license of sorts for uses to a video. Part of the video description says:
"Cameras aren’t allowed in the Supreme Court, so most coverage of our most important cases looks like garbage.
We fixed that problem with real animals and fake paws. Feel free to take our footage (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tug71...) and reenact cases on your own.
Tag them with #RealAnimalsFakePaws so we can find them.
Audio from Supreme Court cases available at:
The 1st link is just over 10:30 minutes of the 9 dogs arguing but it is a silent video so people can add the audio. My question is does this license allow for commercial or that royalties be given? Understandably, this question is best asked to an attorney. I also just asked the YT channel this type of question.
How is this a dwi case? Best to consult an intellectual property Attorney.
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