Re: more on copyright: Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in the Corporate Age

From: Jim Carlile (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Oct 08 2008 - 14:25:33 PDT

Every single one of these examples exploits the transformative or comment
exceptions under fair use, and thus are not infringing.
I hope these guys don't think they are really being outlaws here. They're
And it ain't true about getting permission for those other things. Copyright
holders can threaten, but they don't have a case.
In a message dated 10/8/2008 10:56:00 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
email suppressed writes:

Dear Frameworkers,

Following the recent post by Chuck Kleinhans about the new Duke book on
copyright, I want to remind you about "Illegal Art: Freedom of Expression in
the Corporate Age" featuring an array of great works. --Caroline

The films and videos below appropriate intellectual property, whether
through the use of found footage, unauthorized music, or shots of
copyrighted or trademarked material. (Filmmakers and videographers now have
to get permission for just about every concert t-shirt, store sign, or other
piece of intellectual property that happens to appear onscreen).

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