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Will Fair Use Survive?: Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control

The Brennan Center for Justice, 16/11/2005


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Resource IDheinsbeckles2005
Resource titleWill Fair Use Survive?: Free Expression in the Age of Copyright Control
Author(s)Marjorie Heins, Tricia Beckles
Publication/ sourceThe Brennan Center for Justice
Date published16/11/2005
Summary text/ abstract"Fair use" is a crucial part of our copyright system. It allows any of us to quote and reproduce parts – or sometimes all – of copyrighted works, if the use advances creativity and democratic discussion. There are similar free expression safeguards in trademark law. Together, they assure that the owners of "intellectual property" cannot close down the free exchange of ideas.
Library categoriesAnarchism & Action, Economics, FOSS & Linux, Politics
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