I think there's an option to share your video just with only few people on Youtube. That's what you should do if you want to keep it private.
I'm not sure, but since I decided to embed some Youtube videos (not created by mine) on my website few weeks ago I tried to find out the Youtube's policy and rules since I don't want to rub elbows with any kind of copyright infringements. I got that you're allowed to share material on Youtube if you keep it in touch with Youtube (e.g. embedded player if the user hasn't prevented his video embedding, video links etc.) The thing against rules is that you take the video out of Youtube and use it then. Of course there's also material that has been downloaded illegal on Youtube (all kind of material under copyrights, when the downloader doesn't own the copyrights) and I doubt if it's legal to use material like that. I think it depends a bit on your national copyright laws which can be different in different countries. But like I said, I'm not sure.
About criticizing: When you put something on the Internet, you have to understand that somebody can criticize it. About responsibility of the criticizer: all kind of constructive criticize is ok, all kind of vulgar dissing against netiquette isn't.
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Että koskaan en ole yksin, varjo seuraa onneain.
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Last edited by TaMMa89; 12-21-2009 at 01:37 PM.