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I am learning a PHP course from Udemy. Can I upload the whole code in my Github without facing any copyright issues ?

  • What does the Udemy's - or the individual teachers' - TOS say about the license and copyright of the php code? – BlueDogRanch Nov 1 '17 at 13:34
  • Its just a php course , they just teach the material and does say anything related to license ? – Mohit Nov 1 '17 at 13:36
  • Of course there are licenses for the service and teaching materials. – BlueDogRanch Nov 1 '17 at 14:15
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If you copy course material to a public repository such as Github, you will be violating Udemy's TOS that says (emphasis mine)

  1. Specific Obligations of Students

As a Student, You represent, warrant and covenant that:

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You will not copy, modify, reverse engineer, reproduce, distribute, publicly display, publicly perform, communicate to the public, create derivative works from, deface, tarnish, mutilate, hack, interfere with, or otherwise use and exploit any Company Content, the Services or Courses or Submitted Content except as permitted by these Terms or the relevant Instructor as applicable. Terms of Use | Udemy

And you will be violating Github's TOS, too:

  1. Content Restrictions

You agree that you will not under any circumstances upload, post, host, or transmit any content that:

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infringes on any proprietary right of any party, including patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, right of publicity, or other rights. GitHub Terms of Service

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