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Posts Tagged ‘copyright infringement’

Prince vs. the ‘Dancing Baby’: the Evolution of ‘Fair Use’

November 12th, 2015

Your IP attorneys have discovered a video on YouTube of a baby dancing while your – copyrighted – music plays in the background. The legal team quickly dispatches a takedown notice, claiming infringement.

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When Others Can Use Your Copyrighted Material For Free: Understanding ‘Fair Use’

October 22nd, 2015

Most artists, including photographers, writers, musicians, and more, make a living by selling the artistic works they create. Copyright protection gives these artists the exclusive, legally enforceable right to the use of that material.

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