Journalists have created a set of principles that allows them to stop censoring their journalistic choices.
This code of practices is organized, for ease of understanding, around common situations that come up for online video makers. These situations do not, of course, exhaust the possible applications of...
This Statement of Best Practices identifies what media scholars consider to be fair use of copyrighted works within media studies publishing
This code of best practices in fair use in teaching for film/media educators was designed by The Society for Cinema and Media Studies.
The Statement well describes the need for professionals working with image resources to know their free speech rights in regard to fair use:
This guide identifies four situations that represent the current consensus within the community of communication scholars about acceptable practices for the fair use of copyrighted materials.
Memory institutions serve as stewards for a large share of the world’s cultural, historical, and scientific record.
This code of best practices helps poets understand when they and others have the right to excerpt, quote and use copyrighted material in poetry. To create this code, poets came together to articulate...
Produced by the Dance Heritage Coalition, the code clarifies what librarians, archivists, curators, and others working with dance-related materials currently regard as a reasonable application of...
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