Last Updated: September 4, 2023
Cafetalk asks you to check the rights regarding lessons and displays that may infringe on the intellectual property rights of third parties. Below is an overview of basic intellectual property rights and what constitutes infringement.
Items (inventions, ideas, designs, etc.) that are created from the intellectual activities of people and have property value are referred to as "Intellectual Property". The rights to protect them as the property of the person who created them is called "Intellectual Property Rights".
Intellectual Property Rights include:
Rights that accrue to the creator of a copyrighted work.
Rights to the use of
The right to prevent others from taking pictures of you without your permission, as well as publishing or using any pictures they have taken of you without your permission.
The right to monopolize the core economic value of a celebrity’s name and likeness in terms of attracting customers.
What happens if I infringe Intellectual Property Rights?
The right holder may demand compensation for damages or impose criminal penalties.
Cautions for using free materials
Commercial use or modification of free materials, such as images published on the Internet, may be prohibited. When using free materials, please be sure to check the terms and conditions regarding the scope of use stipulated by the provider.
If you are tired of looking for lesson icons (thumbnails), try using Cafetalk’s pre-selected images as thumbnails!
Seasonal and period-specific images are also available.
To view the selection of images...
Go to edit your lesson > Image > "Select Image" button
Since not all of these rights are explicitly stipulated in laws and regulations, the disposition of these rights will reflect past cases and judgments made by legal institutions. For this reason, we cannot make any judgments regarding these rights, such as "this method of use is acceptable" or "this method of use constitutes an infringement of a right" from our side.
If you have any inquiries, claims, or demands from the copyright holder or any third party in connection with your use on the site, or if a dispute arises, we will not be involved in the handling of such inquiries, claims, or demands. You are responsible for your own costs and handling of the matter.
In addition, we may respond to reports of copyright infringement from authors and copyright holders that we receive with due process, as well as requests for disclosure of personal information from investigative agencies.