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somebody stole a picture; not sure what to do
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(Apr 24, 2017, 17:02)EnglishBob Wrote: I did, the use was in a video, education exemption did not apply.

The ultimate proof would be the result of an infringement trial.

TedTalk speakers are unpaid.  And you'd be hard pressed to call them non-educational.  There is a lot of latitude in interpreting the following.....

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RE: somebody stole a picture; not sure what to do - by WDHewson - Apr 24, 2017, 18:25

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