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- Use this page to list sources related to questions about fair use that have a connection to software or the internet.
News / Editorial
- Eriq Gardner, Copyright troll Righthaven sues for control of Drudge Report domain, Ars Technica, (Dec 9 2010).
- Devin Coldewey, How will Apple respond to the DMCA revision? They won’t., Tech Crunch, (Nov. 18 2010).
- Nate Anderson, Judge tells copyright troll Righthaven no, it's fair use, Ars Technica, (Oct. 21, 2010).
- Rebecca Jeschke, Mom Asks Court to Declare Universal Violated Law in "Dancing Baby" Case, EFF Deeplinks, (Oct. 21, 2010).
- Kimberley Isbell, The Rise of the News Aggregator: Legal Implications and Best Practices, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, (Aug. 30, 2010).
- Nate Anderson, Court upholds EULAs, threatens digital resale, Ars Technica (Sep. 10, 2010).
- Ryan Lawler, Vimeo Sued Over Lip Dubs, NewTeeVee (Dec. 15, 2009).
- Mike Masnick, Bow-Wow-Wow-Yippie-Yo-Yippie-Yea Is Infringing, And Fair Use Won't Save It, Techdirt (Dec. 10, 2009).
- Jon Healey, An opportunity missed to apply 'fair use' to file sharing, Los Angeles Times (Dec. 7th, 2009).
- Matthew W. Hutchins, Nesson says judge sank his piracy defense in RIAA v. Tenenbaum,, The Harvard Law Record (Dec 4, 2009).
- Chloe Albanesius, Murdoch, Huffington Squabble Over Online News, PCWorld (Dec. 1, 2009).
- Danny Sullivan, AP Scans Sarah Palin Book Without Permission; Look Out Google Book Search, Daggle (Nov. 20, 2009).
- Rob Arcamona, Does Gawker's Publication of McSteamy Sex Tape Constitute Fair Use?, PBS: MediaShift (Nov. 11, 2009).
- Nate Anderson, EFF opens the "Takedown Hall of Shame", Ars Technica (Oct. 27, 2009).
- Matthew Lasar, EFF defends Yes Men from business rage over climate hoax, Ars Technica (Oct. 23, 2009).
- Ben Scheffner, NPR makes copyright claim over anti-same-sex-marriage ad; another political fair use fight , Copyrights & Campaigns (Oct. 21, 2009).
- Tim Wu, How does fair-use law work?, Slate (Oct. 21, 2009).
- Kravets, David, Judge: Cellphone Ringtones Are Not Concerts, Wired: Thread Level (Oct. 15, 2009) (ASCAP tried to establish ringtone as public performance. Fails.).
- Nate Anderson, Copyright collective: free format and time-shifting never OK, Ars Technica (Oct. 14, 2009).
- Cory Doctorow, The criticism that Ralph Lauren doesn't want you to see!, Boing Boing (Oct. 6, 2009).
- Jonathan Melber, A Remix Manifesto for our New Copyright Czar, Huffington Post (Sep. 30, 2009).
- David Lagess, Is it legal to copy a DVD?, US News & World Report (Sep. 30, 2009).
- David Kravets, Lawsuit: Copyright Filtering Technology Infringes, Wired: ThreatLevel (Sep. 21, 2009).L
- J.D. Lasica, AP News Registry aims at most flagrant infringers, PBS MediaShift (Sep. 21, 2009).
- Chris Foresman, Songwriters want to get paid for 30-second song previews, Ars Technica (Sep. 17, 2009).
- Paul Boutin, You own your own tweets, but we get to use them, VentureBeat (Sep. 11, 2009).
- Tana Ganeva, Michael Savage Has to Apologize to Brave New Films, AlterNet (Sep. 10, 2009).
- Kate Schneider, Porn scandal forces Burning Man image crackdown, NEWS.com.au (Sep. 7, 2009).
- Mary Minow, Using Magazine Cover Images in Book about Monster Art - an Important Fair Use Ruling: An Interview with M. Kelly Tillery, Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center (Sept. 2009).
- David Ng, Flickr hit with copyright infringement over Obama-Joker image, LA Times: Culture Monster (Aug. 21, 2009).
- Hollywood's control freaks, Los Angeles Times (Aug. 17, 2009).
- Oscar S. Cisneros, Legal Tips For Your 'Sucks' Site, Wired (Aug. 14, 2000).
- Hillel Italie, Judge: 'HOPE' artist can switch lawyers in AP suit, Associated Press (Nov. 11, 2009).
- Jon Healey, Why do so many accused infringers hurt their own defenses?, Los Angeles Times (Oct. 26, 2009).
- David Ng, Shepard Fairey's lawyers say they have not yet withdrawn from AP case, LA Times: Culture Monster (Oct. 19, 2009).
- Hillel Italie, Artist admits using key AP photo for 'HOPE' poster, Associated Press (Oct. 17, 2009).
- Google Books has its own page.
Legal Briefs / Opinions / Statutes
- US v. ASCAP, No. 09-0539-cv (2nd. Cir. Sept. 28, 2010) (affirms that a download of a music work does not constitute a public performance).
- Vernor v. Autodesk, Inc., No. 09-35969 (9th Cir. Sep. 10, 2010) (vacates district court's grant of summary judgement to Vernor).
- The United States of America, Statement of Interest of the United States of America Regarding Proposed Class Settlement, in The Author's Guild, Inc. v. Google Inc., No. 05-8136 (S.D.N.Y. Sep. 18, 2009).
- The Register of Copyrights, Statement of Marybeth Peters, The Register of Copyrights, Hearing on Competition and Commerce in Digital Books: The Proposed Google Book Settlement before the Committee on the Judiciary (Sep. 10, 2009).
- A.V. v. iParadigms, LLC, 562 F.3d 630 (4th Cir. 2009).
- Terri Bays, Daniel Cachridi, et. al., Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in OpenCourseWare, American University Center for Social Media (Oct. 15, 2009).
- Jerry Brito, Michael S. Sawyer on user-generated content, fair use, and the DMCA, Surprisingly Free Podcast, Mercatus Center, George Mason University (Oct. 13, 2009).
- The Intellectual Property Colloquium, Derivative Work, audio recording (Sep. 2009).
- Mark A. Lemley, An Antitrust Assessment of the Google Book Search Settlement (Jul. 8, 2009).
- Pamela Samuelson, Legally Speaking: The Dead Souls of the Google Booksearch Settlement, Communications of the ACM, Vol. 52 (Jul. 2009).
- Eric M. Fraser, Antitrust and the Google Books Settlement: The Problem of Simultaneity (Jun. 10, 2009).
- American University Center for Social Media, Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video (May 2009).
- James Grimmelmann, The Google Book Search Settlement: Ends, Means, and the Future of Books (Apr. 17, 2009).
- Christopher A. Suarez, Proactive FTC/DOJ Intervention in the Google Book Search Settlement: Defending Our Public Values, Protecting Competition (May 25, 2009).
- Randal Picker, The Google Book Search Settlement: A New Orphan-Works Monopoly? (Apr. 16, 2009).
- James Grimmelmann, How to Fix the Google Book Search Settlement, J. of Internet L., Vol. 12, No. 10 (Apr. 2009).
- Pamela Samuelson, Unbundling Fair Uses, Fordham Law Review (Jan. 8, 2009).
- Pat Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi, Recut, Reframe, Recycle: Quoting Copyrighted Material in User-Generated Video (May 2007).
- Kenneth D. Crews, The Law of Fair Use and the Illusion of Fair-Use Guidelines, Ohio State Law Journal, Vol. 62 (2001).
- American University Center for Social Media, Beyond Broadcast Blog: Copyright & Fair Use.
- Ben Sheffner, Copyrights & Campaigns.
- Stanford Copyright & Fair Use Center, Fairly Used.
- American Library Association, Fair Use Evaluator.
- Columbia University Libraries/Information Services, Copyright Advisory Office, Fair Use Checklist.
- Visual Resources Association, Digital Image Rights Computator.
- Public Knowledge, World's First Annual Fair Use Day