Why Cant I Listen To Music And Be On Facebook?
- Richard Rodriguez
Can you get in trouble for listening to music on Facebook?
This is something that a lot of people don’t pay attention to music is music, regardless of whether or not it was deliberate. If you are somewhere public, such as in a car, and you go live on Facebook while music is playing in the background, and if that music is protected by intellectual property rights, then you are going to be in trouble.
Can you listen to background music on Facebook videos?
Copyright protection is given a lot of weight on Facebook, which, as we are all aware, is a platform for sharing videos and lays a lot of importance on it. Perhaps you have also been in the position where you were told to delete the video due of copyright issues.
Every Facebook user is responsible for adhering to the platform’s policies on copyright. It’s possible that a movie will be removed off the shelves if the music that plays in the background of it is found to infringe on someone else’s rights. Alternatively, you could just be able to watch the video while it plays, but you won’t be able to hear the audio.
And sadly, if you find yourself in this predicament, the only way for your problem to be resolved is for you to get in touch with the original author and request the complete video source file from them.