Fair Use: What's it good for?
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Source: Mi2N - July 19, 2002
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has (EFF) filed comments with the US
Department of Commerce's Technology Administration pointing out the dangers
digital rights management (DRM) technologies pose to the doctrine of fair
use under American copyright law.
"DRM technologies seek to restrict use of online materials while the fair
use doctrine permits the public to make use of copyrighted works without
authorization for commentary, parody, education, research, time-shifting,
space-shifting, and other purposes," says the EFF.
Go here - "Fair Use and DRM" - for the full text.
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