right of fair use


  • Intellectual Property Law

Definitions of right of fair use

  • the right to copy parts of a copyrighted work without the express permission of the copyright owner as long as the use to which it is put falls into one of several defined categories, such as study, teaching or research

    Copyright owners cannot use a disclaimer to revoke (=take away) the right of fair use on works.

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