Thanks for this.
Are you saying that in your view, if done in an office context, a person
would be unlikely to argue 'personal use' even if it was advice to them as
btw in this particular context, the person was asked 'do you mind if I
record this' (and was taking notes on a sheet of paper at the time) and was
told that would be fine.
btw Charles has also raised the issue, which I can imagine would apply in
some instances (but not this particular one where the words were
professional advice given in their professional capacity as an employee to
another employee), that spoken words can be copyright.
Kind regards, Kathryn
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