0. Accepting the Terms
0.1 In order to use the service (hereinafter the Service), you must firstly agree to the Terms. You may not use the Service if you do not accept the Terms.
0.2 You can accept the Terms by simply using the Service. You understand and agree that Hurravideo will treat your use of the Service as acceptance of the Terms from that point onwards.
0.3 You may not use the Service and may not accept the Terms if: (a) you are not of legal age to form a binding contract with Hurravideo, or (b) you are a person who is either barred or otherwise legally prohibited from receiving or using the Service under the Italian law as well as under the laws of the country in which you are resident or from which you access or use the Service.
0.4 You should print off or save a local copy of the Terms for your records.→
1. Hurravideo accounts
1.1 In order to access some features of the Website or other elements of the Service, you will have to create a Hurravideo account. When creating your account, you must provide accurate and complete information. It is important that you keep your Hurravideo account password secure and confidential.
1.2 You must notify Hurravideo immediately of any breach of security or unauthorised use of your Hurravideo account that you become aware of.
1.3 You agree that you will be solely responsible (to Hurravideo, and to others) for all activity that occurs under your Hurravideo account.→
2. General restrictions on use
2.1 Hurravideo hereby grants you permission to access and use the Service, subject to the following express conditions, and you agree that your failure to adhere to any of these conditions shall constitute a breach of these Terms on your part:
a) you agree not to access Content or any reason other than your personal, non-commercial use solely as intended through and permitted by the normal functionality of the Service, and solely for Streaming. “Streaming” means a contemporaneous digital transmission of the material by Hurravideo via the Internet to a user operated Internet enabled device in such a manner that the data is intended for real-time viewing and not intended to be downloaded (either permanently or temporarily), copied, stored, or redistributed by the user;
b) You shall not copy, reproduce, distribute, transmit, broadcast, display, sell, license, or otherwise exploit any Content for any other purposes without the prior written consent of Hurravideo or the respective licensors of the Content.
2.2 Hurravideo grants the operators of public search engines permission to use spiders to copy materials from the Website for the sole purpose of creating publicly available searchable indices of the materials, but not caches or archives of such materials. Hurravideo reserves the right to revoke these exceptions either generally or in specific cases.
2.3 Hurravideo is constantly innovating in order to provide the best possible experience for its users. You acknowledge and agree that the form and nature of the Service which Hurravideo provides may change from time to time without prior notice to you.
2.4 As part of this continuing innovation, you acknowledge and agree that Hurravideo may stop (permanently or temporarily) providing the Service (or any features within the Service) to you or to users generally at Hurravideo’s sole discretion, without prior notice to you. You may stop using the Service at any time. You do not need to specifically inform Hurravideo when you stop using the Service.
2.5 You agree that you are solely responsible for (and that Hurravideo has no responsibility to you or to any third party for) any breach of your obligations under the Terms and for the consequences (including any loss or damage which Hurravideo may suffer) of any such breach.→
3. Copyright policy
3.1 Hurravideo operates a clear copyright policy in relation to any Content that is alleged to infringe the copyright of a third party. Details of that policy can be found here: More details here.
3.2 As part of the copyright policy adopted, Hurravideo will terminate user access to the Service if a user has been determined to be a repeat infringer. A repeat infringer is a user who has been notified of infringing activity more than twice.→
4.1 As a Hurravideo account holder you may submit Content. You understand that whether or not Content is published, Hurravideo does not guarantee any confidentiality with respect to Content.
4.2 You retain all of your ownership rights in your Content, but you are required to grant limited licence rights to Hurravideo and other users of the Service. (Rights you licence 5).
4.3 You understand and agree that you are solely responsible for your own Content and the consequences of posting or publishing it. Hurravideo does not endorse any Content or any opinion, recommendation, or advice expressed therein, and Hurravideo expressly disclaims any and all liability in connection with Content.
4.4 You represent and warrant that you have (and will continue to have during your use of the Service) all necessary licenses, rights, consents, and permissions which are required to enable Hurravideo to use your Content for the purposes of the provision of the Service by Hurravideo, and otherwise to use your Content in the manner contemplated by the Service and these Terms.
4.5 You agree that you will not post or upload any Content which contains material which it is unlawful for you to possess in the country in which you are resident, or which it would be unlawful for Hurravideo to use or possess in connection with the provision of the Service.
4.6 You agree that Content you submit to the Service will not contain any third party copyright material, or material that is subject to other third party proprietary rights (including rights of privacy or rights of publicity), unless you have a formal licence or permission from the rightful owner, or are otherwise legally entitled, to post the material in question and to grant Hurravideo the licence.
4.7 On becoming aware of any potential violation of these Terms, Hurravideo reserves the right (but shall have no obligation) to decide whether Content complies with the content requirements set out in these Terms and may remove such Content and/or terminate a User’s access for uploading Content which is in violation of these Terms at any time, without prior notice and at its sole discretion.
4.8 You further understand and acknowledge that in using the Service, you may be exposed to Content that is factually inaccurate, offensive, indecent, or otherwise objectionable to you. You agree to waive, and hereby do waive, any legal or equitable rights or remedies you have or may have against Hurravideo with respect to any such Content.→
5. Rights you licence
5.1 When you upload or post Content to Hurravideo, you grant:
- to Hurravideo, a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free, transferable licence (with right to sub-licence) to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display, and perform that Content in connection with the provision of the Service and otherwise in connection with the provision of the Service and Hurravideo’s business, including without limitation for promoting and redistributing part or all of the Service (and derivative works thereof) in any media formats and through any media channels;
- to each user of the Service, a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free licence to access your Content through the Service, and to use, reproduce, distribute, prepare derivative works of, display and perform such Content to the extent permitted by the functionality of the Service and under these Terms.
5.2 The above licenses granted by you in videos terminate when you remove or delete your videos from the Website. The above licenses granted by you in textual comments you submit as Content are perpetual and irrevocable, but are otherwise without prejudice to your ownerships rights, which are retained by you.→
6. Links from Hurravideo
6.1 The Service may include hyperlinks to other web sites that are not owned or controlled by Hurravideo. Hurravideo has no control over, and assumes no responsibility for, the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third party websites.
6.2 You acknowledge and agree that Hurravideo is not responsible for the availability of any such external sites or resources, and does not endorse any advertising, products or other materials on or available from such web sites or resources.
6.3 You acknowledge and agree that Hurravideo is not liable for any loss or damage which may be incurred by you as a result of the availability of those external sites or resources, or as a result of any reliance placed by you on the completeness, accuracy or existence of any advertising, products or other materials on, or available from, such web sites or resources.
COMMON SENSE RULES AND SOME TIPS ABOUT COPYRIGHT
What is copyright?
Copyright is a form of protection provided for original works of authorship, including literary, dramatic, musical, graphic and audiovisual creations. “Copyright” literally means the right to copy, but has come to mean that body of exclusive rights granted by law to copyright owners for protection of their work.
"Copyright protection" means that a copyright owner can control certain uses of their work. Most importantly, this protection gives the copyright owner the right to control the copying, adaptation and transmission of the content. Uploading and sharing content via the Internet implicates many of a copyright owner’s exclusive rights. The exclusive nature of copyright means that only the owner can decide who engages in these activities with respect to their content.
There are limitations to copyright. It does not generally protect ideas or facts. In addition, there are some uses of copyright-protected materials that are authorised by law. This means, for example, that the copyright owner’s permission is not required to use their work in a video. The precise nature of these exceptions to copyright protection depends on the national copyright law that applies. In the USA, the most important exception is the “fair use”. In the UK, there are “fair-dealing” exceptions for particular uses such as criticism and review or reporting the news. In Brazil, the exceptions are itemised and specific and include quotes with attribution or short excerpts for personal use.→
What is copyright infringement?
Copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.
Hurravideo respects the rights of copyright holders and publishers, requiring all users to confirm that they own the copyright or have permission from the copyright holder to upload content. Posting copyright-infringing content can lead to the removal of your videos and, possibly, monetary damages if a copyright owner decides to take legal action (this is serious, you can get sued!). Repeat infringers’ accounts will be closed. These users are permanently prohibited from using Hurravideo.
Hurravideo hopes that you will help us protect the rights of artists and creators and work with us to keep our community a creative, legal and positive experience for everyone.→
How do I avoid copyright infringement?
Make sure that all components of your video are your original creation, even the audio portion. For example, if you use an audio track of a sound recording owned by a record label without that record label’s permission, your video may be infringing the copyrights of others and may be subject to removal. Hurravideo offers a library of authorised music to liven up your video. Below are some guidelines to help you determine whether your video may infringe someone else’s copyright.
- If you taped it from cable, videotaped your TV screen or downloaded it from some other website, it may still be copyright infringement and requires the copyright owner’s permission to distribute or can only be used within the limits of legal exceptions to copyright.
- If you give credit to the owner/author/songwriter, it may still be copyright infringement.
- Even if you are not selling the video for money, it may still be copyright infringement.
- Even if similar videos appear on our site, it may still be copyright infringement.
- Even if the video contains a copyright notice, it may still be copyright infringement.
- If you created a video made of short clips of copyrighted content, even though you edited it together, it may still be copyright infringement.→