If you’re thinking of creating content with ChatGPT, whether that’s social posts, emails, video scripts, or the like, there are a few big legal considerations to consider.
The rise of ChatGPT brings up a big question: who owns this content and what does it mean for those of us who create content for our businesses?
Sarah Waldbuesser, a copyright and trademark attorney for online business owners, shares insights into the legal side of ChatGPT so that we small business owners can feel confident and protected if we choose to use this as a helpful tool in our business.
03:53 — What are the legal considerations to think about if and when you use chat GPT
05:47 — How copyright law works and why that matters as a business owner
08:11 — Do you need to share when your content is written by ChatGPT?
08:58 — How can you tell if what you create is original content?
11:40 — There’s no privacy protection with ChatGPT (and what that means for how you should use it)
12:48 — You do not own the copyright from content created by ChatGPT
16:02 — Will A.I. take over content creation?
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Sarah Waldbuesser, Esq., is an attorney for coaches and online business owners. After several years at a law firm and a few career jumps, she ended up falling in love with online business and loves helping entrepreneurs achieve their dreams in a smart and protected way. She is also a wife and mama, traveler, and food and wine lover. When not at her computer, she loves hanging with her kiddos, having wine with friends, flying around the globe and connecting with other online business owners.
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