Are You Allowed to Use Famous Quotes in Your Low-Content Books?


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Using famous quotes in your low-content books: is it legit, or are you asking for a lawsuit?

That’s our topic today!

DISCLAIMER: I am not an intellectual property lawyer, and the information contained in this video should not be taken as legal advice.

Links For Further Reading:

Does copyright protect quotes? A quick way to know:
https://blog.printsome.com/copyright-protect-quotes/

Using Famous Quotes On Products: When Is It OK?:
https://emilymcdowell.com/blogs/all/105986566-using-famous-quotes-on-products-when-is-it-ok

The Copyright Society of the US:
https://www.csusa.org/page/Basics

United States Patent and Trademark Office:
https://www.uspto.gov/trademarks-application-process/search-trademark-database

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