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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Fair Use
Unfortunately, weighing the fair use factors is often quite subjective. For this reason, the fair use road map is often tricky to navigate. ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center
Information and study aids concerning copyright law.
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Introduction to the Permissions ...
An unhappy copyright owner may sue you, seeking monetary damages, ... risks by guiding you through the permissions process and explaining how to obtain the ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Academic Coursepacks
Coursepacks are commonly offered for sale in campus bookstores, although professors may arrange to sell them in class. Most publishers grant "clearances" ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Public Domain Trouble Spots
While it's true that no strings are attached to using public domain ... want to obtain permission from the owner, you must delete the songs from the film. ... the book Bartlett's Familiar Quotations selected and arranged famous quotes. ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use International Bhd. of Elec. Workers ...
Shortly thereafter, the maintenance employees elected the petitioner, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local Union No. ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Public Domain Trouble Spots
While it's true that no strings are attached to using public domain ... EXAMPLE: The owners of the book Bartlett's Familiar Quotations selected and arranged ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Academic Coursepacks
After the coursepacks are created and sold, the clearance service collects ... Below is a sample coursepack permission request form prepared by the ...
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Stanford Copyright & Fair Use - Summaries of Fair Use Cases
In a lawsuit commonly known as the Betamax case, the Supreme Court determined ... to sample and examine portions of songs without downloading. the court ...
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Harry Potter Lexicon Case Appealed - Fairly Used
Nov 11, 2008 ... Harry Potter Lexicon Case Appealed ... has appealed their case to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. ...
 
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