I recently attempted to upload a vacation video to my Facebook account and Facebook deleted it, citing an alleged copyright infringement due to the music that I dubbed onto the video. Mind you, this was not music that I stole; they were short clips of songs that I purchased on my iTunes account. So how did I infringe on anyone's copyright by adding music - that I paid for - onto a home movie? At what point does something that I paid for actually belong to me? If I show the same video to friends at home vs. posting it on the internet, am I infringing on the copyright then also? It would seem that, taken to its logical conclusion, I would be infringing on an artist's copyright by playing a song for anybody that hadn't paid the artist to hear it. Can somebody please explain this to me?