Meta recently launched a new website to help creators and publishers better manage their intellectual property.
Meta Launches Rights Manager Site
Rights Manager is intended to combat copyright infringement and protect legal expression on Facebook and Instagram. The website provides “unprecedented transparency” into the tools and policies Meta uses to give copyright holders better control over their intellectual property, including when, how, and where their content is shared on Meta platforms.
Protection for small business owners
Business owners who do not have a team of top copyright attorneys ready to work can really benefit from Rights Manager. Anyone who creates original content to post on Meta-owned social networks like Facebook and Instagram can now use the Rights Manager website to learn about the many systems, policies, and procedures that help protect their content.
Meta has also created testimonials from partners who have benefited from using the powerful tool available for new users to learn even more.
A ‘Robust Intellectual Property Program’ for All
In a statement on the About FB website, Meta explained: “Over the years, we have built a robust intellectual property (IP) program that includes proactive measures, a global IP takedown and notification team, reporting tools specialists and a repeat offender. politics. The Rights Manager website reflects our dedication to this work and continued investment in tools and collaborative relationships to support rights holders.
“We are constantly working to expand Rights Manager to more creators.”
How to request access to Rights Manager
Anyone with a Facebook page can request access to the Rights Manager website and the tools and information available there. Your Facebook page does not need to be public or even published. Applicants simply go to the Rights Manager website and complete the application form which provides Meta with information that helps them understand the scope of the applicant’s rights.
The Meta team then determines if Rights Manager is right for them and processes the request.
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