In 2012, the Electronic Frontier Federation (EFF) published an information sheet on "Temporary Copies." Temporary copies are made automatically by computer systems and are very necessary. However, having a temporary copy could be seen as an infringing on copyright. This three-page document provides background, the EFF stance on the matter, and even an overview of a relevant U.S. court case. If you find yourself talking about temporary copies, this document might be one you will want to refer to.
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