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Gerry Wasiluk

You can also check with your Legal Department, especially if you are outside the U.S.

Things can vary by country.  Years ago, in my old job as LMS manager, we had a developer in a South American country who using huge sections of many popular Hollywood movies in his Articulate Presenter course. 

In his country, this was not a copyright violation.  But here in the U.S., it is.

We were able to prohibit the use because we were managing the hosting servers (we had separate content servers outside the U.S. back then) and since the servers were in the U.S., we made the case that content had to abide by U.S. law.   If he wanted to host the content in his own country, he was welcome to do but we were not going to assist in making things work with the LMS.