Monday, February 22, 2021

Fair Use Week: Can Fair Use Survive the CASE Act?

The Copyright at Harvard Library Blog is starting Fair Use Week with a guest post from Kenneth Crews on Fair Use and the Case Act.  Crews begins:

When Congress thinks of COVID, it seems to also think about copyright.  Congress made that connection at a critical moment this last December.  Embedded in the appropriations bill that gave emergency funding to citizens in need, was a thoroughly unrelated provision establishing a copyright “small-claims court,” where many future infringements may face their decider.  The defense of fair use will also be on the docket.

I encourage you to go over there and read the post.

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