Footage of Drake with some of his guests during the, “Club Paradise,” tour.
Video by Nigel D.
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that they waive the right to sue the church (in legealse, of course) if anything goes wrong, such a form will not hold up in court. Of COURSE a parent can sue me if I am negligent and their kid gets hurt. Most user agreements for software or websites that require a sign-on add restrictions that will not hold water in court. So, just because you see a user agreement doesn’t mean that you are legally held to that agreement. You are only legally held to that agreement as it agrees with the laws that are on the books.Long story short: Again, I’m not a lawyer, but I think that downloading a video to watch in the immediate future is allowable, as long as the video itself is legal, mostly because of #1. There are currently some legal battles between YouTube and other third party software companies that provide products which allow you to download videos. Churches should definitely consult a lawyer and make sure their (do you have one?) actually covers what you’re watching. Not all movies are covered by that license.Above all, if there is any question that the content you want to show is under a copyright that would not allow you to show it, be above reproach and don’t show it.