Re: fair use of music, interview audio and video in art installation

From: Jim Carlile (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Dec 03 2008 - 18:24:52 PST

In a message dated 12/3/2008 6:27:12 A.M. Pacific Standard Time,
email suppressed writes:

This has been noted here before, but it bears repeating. It may be that all
you need to know about fair use and related issues can be found in a comic
book, "Bound by Law," published by the Center for the Study of the Public
Domain at Duke Law School. Or perhaps it's just a good place to start. Free
digital versions available = _
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About a dozen years ago, the advice given by the late, great Lingua Franca
magazine was-- after a long article detailing advances in copyright law-- was
to just do it, just use it and don't worry about anything. You'll probably
get away with it because 'fair use' allowances cover most academic or
non-profit educational work.
And by the time they catch up with you, what are they gonna do? The internet
is different because it is ongoing and easy to monitor.
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