Now Playing: YouTube is cracking down on videos that violate copyright protection, but it’s a lot easier to watch than you might think.
Here’s how to watch your favorite videos without breaking the law, according to a new report by The New York Times.
It turns out that the law is so vague that most videos that are uploaded to YouTube are actually legal.
But that doesn’t mean that you should watch them unless you have a legitimate copyright claim.
Here are 10 common ways to watch videos that aren’t copyright protected, according with the report.1.
Watch videos without copyright protection2.
Watch content with permission3.
Watch copyrighted content without permission4.
Watch video content without copyright ownership5.
Watch non-commercial content without any copyright rights6.
Watch movies without copyright permission7.
Watch any commercial videos8.
Watch YouTube content without a copyright claim9.
Watch music videos without a permission to the artist10.
Watch an online game without a legal licenseThere are a number of other ways to view YouTube content, including:Using the Google Chrome browser, you can search for a video title or the URL to view the video.
You can then click the “View” button to view a list of all of the videos.
Then, select “Get permission to view” to grant YouTube permission to your computer to view and display the video on the internet.