None of the audio or visual content is being hosted on this site. All media is embedded from other sites such as SoundCloud, Google Video,  Vimeo and YouTube or other large video or audio streaming websites or photo hosting sites. The quality of the video streaming is ensured (all videos are embedded from high authority streaming sites).

The owner has not uploaded any of the material to SoundCloud or the video hosting sites.  The same material can be watched on many website online. Visitors can find the exact same content on Google Video or YouTube or by doing a quick search in the major search engine.

However posts on the site are original or the author’s own take on the topic with extensive research. Any part or whole of a post from any other blog or website will be credited below the articles as required.

We are willing to remove any violating material immediately upon request. The copyright owner must further contact the source if he wants his material off the Internet completely.

However if the content is thought to be under public domain, we will not guarantee it’s removal.

A content* may fall under public domain if: (1) the term of copyright for the video has expired; (2) the author failed to satisfy statutory formalities to perfect the copyright or (3) the video is a work of the U.S. Government or the governing body to which the right was registered.

(Content in this context is defined as audio or visual( video or picture) content used on the website.)


Unless otherwise stated, all articles are original posts of the owner or a build up on other  articles which will be given the credit requirerd below the posts( including image credits. If the credit is missing snd the owner of the copyright claims the right, the article or photo will be removed immediately after we thoroughly investigate its right owners. Investigations are e article are put up in the first place but we will take credit for error and remove the said article or image if it is claimed.

Can I download a content?

You should only download content  that are in public domain/open source/creative commons and/allowed by copyright owner. Do not attempt to download copyrighted material and upload it anywhere else online and ask us to publish it on our website. Do not attempt at all to use copyrighted material by all means.

Creative Commons – “Creative Commons provides free tools that let authors, scientists, artists, and educators easily mark their creative work with the freedoms they want it to carry. You can use CC to change your copyright terms from ‘All Rights Reserved’ to ‘Some Rights Reserved.’”

Am I allowed to use material from this web-site?

Do not ask us to send you material – We don’t have any material since we do not host content on this website/domain. You can only use material that is in public domain, open source or published under CCL (creative commons license). You can, on the other hand, contact us to know who the right belongs to or  whether it is in public domain or to simply seek permission to use it if it is a registered content of LegacyBase.com by sending us an email to info@legacybase.com

Why are some content or posts removed?

Some content are removed when they are requested by the original rights owners or when they are removed by the video or audio hosting site. When it’s the former then we will have no choice but to remove it, but when it’s the latter we will find alternative or other content as good.

They can also be removed when there is a website restructuring and/or during updates. This is to keep the site always up to par.


Users may comment on a post according to how they feel unless the post is against another user’s race, religion, sexual orientation, culture or country. Users in violation will have their comment removed immediately and social media id banned from the site.

Users may not spam the comment section. All spam is automatically removed and the spam IP address and id of user also automatically banned.


This site use cookies to track users and all cookies are clean and free of malware and rootkits. Unless the site is known to be compromised, it will remain this way and will not take responsibility for compromise.