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The Fair Use exception to copyright law continues to evolve through judicial decisions. This session will talk about the landmark cases that reached the U.S. Supreme Court since the exception was codified in 1976, and discuss how they shape decision making. We will also review a few recent cases that will further tweak our understanding of the proper application of Fair Use. Come hear this roundup of cases, and learn how these new developments can and will impact how fair use decisions are properly made.
Taught by Martin Brennan, scholarly communication education librarian, UCLA
Join us via Zoom(opens in a new tab) on Friday, Feb. 24 at noon!
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