Copyright Factoids
Noel Lareau | 8/7/2011

COPYRIGHT FACTOID FOR AUGUST 2011
So in determining if use of copyrighted material falls under “fair use,” the four involved factors – the purpose and character of the use, the nature of the use, the amount used, and the potential effect of the use upon the market value of the copyrighted work – are considered as a whole. A use may be obviously fair or not (“black and white”) or the determination be made by the balance of the factors involved (“shades of gray.”)





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