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About Fair Use
Fair Use: A legal doctrine that permits the unlicensed use of copyright-protected works in certain circumstances.
Thinking Through Fair Use (U. Minnesota)
A tool for helping determine whether a use of copyrighted material falls under fair use.
Fair Use Checklist (from Columbia U.)
Intended to help you to focus on facts important to your fair use evaluation. Can provide an important mechanism to document your decision-making process. (The authors suggest you consider adding the current date and notes about your project to the checklist, and keep completed checklists on file for future reference.)
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