http://www.4docs.org.uk/ This is a site where you can get copyright free video you can also use this site to upload your own videos for others to use and you can also enter competions.
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You cannot copy, reproduce, download, post, store, distribute, transmit, broadcast commercially exploit or modify in anyway the sites material or content or assist any third party to do the same. The site also has a privacy statement.
It also has a disclaimer ‘links to other websites are completely unrelated to the Foundation
The second copyright free video website I have chosen is the Open University’s Site.
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