From: Chuck Kleinhans (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 05 2010 - 20:10:51 PDT
On Apr 5, 2010, at 5:54 PM, Lawrence Daressa wrote:
> Dear Chuck or anyone else on the listserve,
> The link below to the Deleuze course clips and notes doesn’t lead
> to the USC site but to the Center for Social Media site and a
> rather inaccurate account of the current UCLA case. Could anyone
> supply the proper link?
Sorry for supplying the wrong link. I've been on the road and unable
to correct it.
The link to the Deleuze course clips:
> By the way, as someone quite familiar with that case, the use of
> clips such as in the Deleuze course under the Fair Use doctrine is
> not at issue in the UCLA dispute. One crucial issue is UCLA’s
> contention in their brief that they may include entire films in
> course management systems under Fair Use because it constitutes an
> educational and therefore transformative use.
I'm not familiar with the UCLA case and can't comment on it. The
link I posted was written by Pat Aufderheide, and I think you'd have
to take up the inaccuracy with her. She's the head of the Center for
Social Media at American U. and can probably be reached through their
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.