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The Fair-use Myth

A popular myth in both photographic and academic cultures is fair use. The doctrine provides situations where copyrighted works can be used without paying. It places restrictions on: The purpose

A Fun Way to Learn About Copyright

Did that headline get you attention? Trust me… you want to check this out. The folks at Duke University’s Center for the Study of the Public Domain has produced a

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