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Fair use and publishing
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Fair use and publishing
Fair use and publishing
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Fair use and publishing
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  • Rather it’s having a counterproductive effect—scaring people out of using the rights they have and claiming more space for flexibility and freedom of expression
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    • 1. FAIR USE IN PUBLISHING THE BEST PRACTICES MODELPatricia AufderheidePeter DeCherneyPeter Jaszi
    • 2. THE PURPOSE OFCOPYRIGHT
    • 3. ONE PURPOSE :TO PROMOTE THECREATION OF CULTURE
    • 4. By: • Rewarding creators with limited monopoly • Encouraging new makers to use existing culture
    • 5. WHY BALANCE?• All culture created on existing culture (we used to know that)• The First Amendment (no censorship)
    • 6. BIGGEST BALANCINGFEATURE: FAIR USE legal, unauthorized use of copyrighted material--under some circumstances
    • 7. HOW WE FORGOTBALANCE: • Copyright term extension • Default copyright • Punishing penalties (statutory damages)
    • 8. GOOD NEWS… • Judges love balancing features • Supreme Court upholds term extension because fair use exists • Fair use judicial interpretation has greatly shifted in
    • 9. INTERPRETIN G FAIR USE
    • 10. THE “FOUR FACTORS” • Reason for the use • Kind of work used • Amount used • Effect on the market
    • 11. PLUS…Custom and practiceof individual creativecommunities…...especially whenwell-documented
    • 12. AND, IN THELAST 15 YEARS…Judges focus on• Transformation• Amount related to transformative purpose
    • 13. JUDGES ASK:• Did you transform the use?• Did you use the appropriate amount to satisfy the transformative use?
    • 14. FEAR…• Will I get it wrong?• Will I get sued?• Will my boss/general counsel/client get angry?
    • 15. BEST PRACTICES
    • 16. COMMUNITIESINTERPRET FAIRUSE: • Documentary filmmakers • Scholars • Media literacy teachers • Artists • OpenCourseWare
    • 17. DOCUMENTARY
    • 18. RESULTS: • TV programmers air films • New kinds of films • All insurers of errors and omissions insurance now accept fair use claims • Lawyers use the Statement to build their practices
    • 19. COMMON THEMES: • Tailored to the specific practice of the community • Transformative use • Appropriate amount
    • 20. COMMUNICATIONSCHOLARS
    • 21. SITUATIONS: • Analysis, criticism, commentary • Illustration • Use of copyrighted material in experimental research • Keeping personal archives
    • 22. PUBLISHERSACCEPT CLAIMS • Delli Carpini/Williams book for Princeton (Newsweek cover) • Aufderheide book for Oxford (stills of documentary films) • University of Chicago, various
    • 23. MEDIA LITERACYTEACHERS
    • 24. PUBLISHERSACCEPT CLAIMS • Nancy Frey and Doug Fisher use magazine ad images in Teaching Visual Literacy, Sage/Corwin • Renee Hobbs fairly uses screen shot of nytimes.com in Digital and Media Literacy, Sage/Corwin • Peter Gutierrez fairly uses movie stills from H’wood films in Popular Culture in Education, Sage/Corwin • Frank Baker fairly uses pop culture in Media Literacy in the K-12
    • 25. OPEN COURSEWARE
    • 26. RESULTS • University GCs supportive • MIT: 31 new courses in one year • Previously rejected for OCW
    • 27. POETS
    • 28. OTHER CODES TOGUIDE PUBLISHERS • Visual Resources Assn’s “Statement of the Fair Use of Images…” • Society for Cinema and Media Studies’ “Statement of Fair Use Best Practices…for Media Studies Publishing”
    • 29. QUESTIONS • Covers • Blogs v books • E-books and film clips • “getting away with it” (hiding from copyright holders) • More?
    • 30. FAIR USE: Practice Makes Practice
    • 31. MOREINFORMATION
    • 32. The codes and much more (videos!Presentations! FAQs!)• Centerforsocialmedia.org/fair- use
    • 33. CONTACT INFO Pat Aufderheide paufder@american.edu Peter Jaszi pjaszi@wcl.american. edu

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