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Juanita has, without permission to do so, recorded all the seminars from one of her property management conferences. She posts the recordings to her online site for her colleagues to download.
She has a paywall established where downloaders must pay $3.99 to download the recording of the seminar.
In order to make the seminar more visually appealing, she has drawn some funny cartoons on the empty space in the frame that connect to the information the speaker is delivering.
Many of her colleagues prefer to pay her for the seminars rather than to actually attend the conference because the funny cartoons she adds to each seminar make them much more interesting to watch.
-Is the seminar protected by copyright?
-If it is protected, who owns the copyright, and what rights has Juanita infringed?
-Can Juanita rely upon the defence of fair dealing?