I am a YouTube addict who dabbles in video making of my own. I’m worried though as some of my videos have included copyrighted material.
Happy Fair Use Week celebrated by CMSI and so many other organizations!
Rebekah Modrak, a visual artist and teacher at the University of Michigan, employs fair use to make better art.
A documentarian and professor at Occidental College, fair use is a necessary ingredient for teaching aspiring filmmakers.
Digital culture depends on software. But software preservation is in crisis. Software archivists struggle with copyright law.
Australian copyright law has extremely narrow exceptions and US. copyright law has an outsized presence in debates about copy right reform.
I am worried about my students using copyrighted material in their submissions. What kind of protections would fair use offer my students?
Do I need formal permission to use images from some of the exhibit materials we already have in our holding on supplementary materials?
A new study shows that media creators struggle to understand and use important copyright exceptions critical to their work.
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