The Disney disclaimer is the standard boilerplate copyright warning. It does
not prohibit you from circulating the tape. And the fact that it's "free"
makes no difference as to how it can be used.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Nancy Miller" <NMILLER@vbgov.com>
To: "Multiple recipients of list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, November 02, 2001 8:45 AM
Subject: Walt Disney World video
> I've been looking for travel guide type videos on Walt Disney World
without much success. A member of our staff went to Disney World's website
and ordered a free video entitled: "100 Years of Magic: Walt Disney World."
> After viewing the video, I decided it had appropriate information for
inclusion in our circulating collection, but before having our cataloging
department process it, I'm wondering if there might be any restrictions on
using it in this manner.
> The back of the package states: "Liscensed for private home exhibition
only. Any public performance, copying, or other use is strictly
> Any advice or thoughts on putting something like this in a circulating
> As always, thanks in advance for your advice and collective wisdom.
> Nancy M. Miller
> Collection Development Librarian
> Virginia Beach Public Library
> 4100 Virginia Beach Blvd.
> Virginia Beach, VA 23452-1767
> Voice: 757-431-3046