I am reading some great articles licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.5.
On the License's site, I read that this means it's
- Non Commercial: This means that I "may not use the material for commercial purposes."
Tooltip for Commercial Purposes is:
A commercial use is one primarily intended for commercial advantage or monetary compensation.
In the FAQ
Do Creative Commons licenses affect exceptions and limitations to copyright, such as fair dealing and fair use?
(...) CC licenses do not reduce, limit, or restrict any rights under exceptions and limitations to copyright, such as fair use or fair dealing. If your use of CC-licensed material would otherwise be allowed because of an applicable exception or limitation, you do not need to rely on the CC license or comply with its terms and conditions (...)
On the Limitations and exceptions to copyright [Wikipedia] page I read that in the case of educational content, limitations and exceptions to copyright may apply.
I might want to create tutorial videos and sell them online in the future that might contain quotes from content licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.5.
So my question is: Can I build upon parts of CC BY-NC-SA 2.5. content in a paid (so I'd charge visitors) and educational content.