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post Yesterday, 11:23 PM
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By the way, I'm wondering about the copyright (?) for these photos and video. On the slides during this presentation there was a rather unusual (at least for me) icon:

After all, since the presentation was - officially and legally - on youtube, then everyone can take a "photo" (printscreen). And I'm not talking about reproduction and distribution, because that's another matter. But a ban on taking a picture for yourself? After placing the presentation on youtube, this icon is no longer valid, isn't ?
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post Today, 12:06 AM
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I am not an intellectual property lawyer, but I hazard a guess that fair use applies here, like when users on this forum modify/reproduce non-NASA images. Just don't sell the image (or put the image on a product you are selling)! And give credit to JAXA too, of course!
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