Q. What is the Fair Use doctrine?


Fair Use doctrine is an exemption to the Author Rights over intellectual property outlined in the Copyright Act of 1976. Fair Use allows exceptions to be made to the display, performance, or dissemination of otherwise copyright protected materials when done for the purpose of criticism, news reporting, parodying, teaching, or research without first attaining the permission of the copyright holder.


  • Last Updated Jan 02, 2020
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  • Answered By Gemmicka Piper

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