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fair use

n.
The use of copyrighted material without the owner's permission within legally defined limits.
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Noun1.fair use - the conditions under which you can use material that is copyrighted by someone else without paying royaltiesfair use - the conditions under which you can use material that is copyrighted by someone else without paying royalties
enjoyment, use - (law) the exercise of the legal right to enjoy the benefits of owning property; "we were given the use of his boat"
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intentionalism within the fair use inquiry, while acknowledging the
the outcome of the fair use analysis in particular cases.
Thus began a multiyear battle over the rights and obligations of copyright owners when targeting online infringement that could be considered fair use. That battle may have come to an end when, in September 2015, a federal appeals court ordered that Universal--and all other copyright owners--must consider fair use before sending a DMCA takedown notice.
I will argue that as a result of the emergence of the fair use
Where uncertainty prevented that proof fair use would protect speakers from the suppression of copyright.
In her research methodology, Fair uses the words of the Pakistan Army itself to define the principal elements of its strategic culture.
It was felt necessary to regulate the said powers and provide for their permissible and fair uses in accordance with law and under proper executive and judicial oversight keeping in view Article 10A of the Constitution.
Willis Winters, director of the Dallas Parks Department and author of a book on Fair Park, points out that "a lot of the large exhibition halls that the State Fair uses can't have permanent tenants because the city's contract to the State Fair gives them full rights during the fair." He notes, "We had an automobile museum of classic cars that had to move out.
We use the more domestic period rooms on the upper floor of the Armory, which no other fair uses, and we build a balcony and bar up there for visitors to relax in, and we stage a cultural programme of talks and events.' What it brings from the flagship fair is what she describes as the TEFAF DNA, along with its reputation as a high-quality and carefully--and now independently--vetted event.
The exact amount to be refunded is calculated by tallying up the bar's spending on lobbying and other activities that fall outside the fair uses listed in the Keller case.
ZAML Fair uses the transparency tools built into ZAML to rank credit signals by how much they lead to biased outcomes and then produces a new model with maximum fairness and accuracy.