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Using Quotes in blogging. Also, the use of photos as transient messages themselves, is discussed here.

Originally posted on Lorelle on WordPress:

Blog Exercises on Lorelle on WordPress.In “Copyright: How to Quote and Cite Sources,” I explain all the details you need to know about how to quote and cite other sources. Let’s review for this Blog Exercise.

According to International Copyright Law, you are allowed to quote from original sources without violating copyright law if you copy content in accordance with the copyright owner’s copyright policy and provide proper citation under Copyright Fair Use. If they haven’t specified their limits for Fair Use, consider using my guideline of no more than 400 words or 10% of the article to be safe.

The content must clearly indicate that it is not your words or images. It must have a link to the original source before or immediately after the quoted material, or within a blockquote.

Short quotes may be featured with quote marks, similar to quotes found in books, newspapers, and articles.

For longer…

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