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UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
UW Bothell Intro to Copyright and Free Culture
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  • 1. Copyright, Free Culture & Fair use @UW Bothell Brian Rowe J.D. Seattle University Law University of Washingtons iSchoolNTAP Coordinator @ Northwest Justice Project theWLA.org Board Member May 14th 2012
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  • 3. Background - disclaimer
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  • 6. Fair Use
  • 7. Four Factor Test - Section 107• fair use of a copyrighted work… for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright. In determining fair use the factors to be considered shall include—  the purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes;  the nature of the copyrighted work;  the amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and  the effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work.
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  • 10. Free Culture
  • 11. Siva
  • 12. Carl Malamud fromPublic.Resources.org
  • 13. Click to add content
  • 14. The Wheeler DeclarationAn open university is one in which:1. the research the university produces is open access2. the course materials are open educational resources3. the university embraces free software and openstandards4. if the university holds patents, it readily licenses themfor free software, essential medicines, and the publicgood5. the university networkreflects the open nature ofthe internet
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  • 16. Credits:CC-BY Brian RowePainting Red Model by Rene MagritteZinn photo fromhttp://www.historyisaweapon.com/zinnapeopleshistory.html by ?BrianRowe.org@SarterusMost images were used under my first amendment fairuse rights.Most images w

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