Facebook,Instagram更新音樂指南,這對於直播來說是個壞消息

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  • Facebook,Instagram更新音樂指南,這對於直播來說是個壞消息

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    ◎Facebook在新增免費現場直播後幾週,發布新的音樂指南,這將使音樂人使用平台的風險更大。
    ◎Facebook發布了新的《音樂指南》,該指南也涵蓋了Instagram和其他Facebook平台,這是其服務條款的更新的一部分,該條款將於2020年10月1日生效。
    ◎這些準則對音樂使用提出了明確的限制,包括:
    您對發布的內容負責
    您不得使用我們產品上的視頻來創作音樂聆聽
    未經授權的內容可能會被刪除
    您可能無法在世界每個國家/地區發布或使用包含音樂的視頻
    ◎Facebook編寫的內容與其他平台並沒有不同步,但很顯然,Facebook打算以其他收費平台(如StageIt和VEEPs)所沒有的方式來監管即時現場串流。因此,當一名藝人在Facebook上直播(不論是否有售票)時,他們不僅要擔心自己翻唱Beatles時可能會被刪除,唱自己的歌曲(如果不被認可為授權)也可能會有問題。

    詳細全文:

    Just weeks after Facebook added fee-free ticketed live streams, it has issued new ‘Music Guidelines’ that will make it much riskier for musicians to use the platform.
    Facebook issued new Music Guidelines that also cover Instagram and other Facebook platforms as part of an update to its Terms Of Service set to take effect on October 1, 2020.
    Those guidelines put clear restrictions on music uses, including:
    You are responsible for the content you post
    You may not use videos on our Products to create a music listening experience
    Unauthorized content may be removed
    You may not be able to post or access videos containing music in every country of the world
    (full new Facebook Music Guidelines below)
    What Facebook has written is not out of synch with some other platforms, but it makes clear is that Facebook intends to police its live streams in ways that other paid platforms like StageIt and VEEPs do not.

    So when an artist goes live on Facebook – ticketed or not – they need to be concerned not just that the Beatles cover they always do as an encore could trigger a takedown, but that their own songs if not recognized as ‘authorized’ could as well.

     

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