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Here are some resources to help you celebrate Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week on your campus:
- Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week logos and brand guide
- Calendar of Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week events
- Blog posts on fair use/fair dealing
Harvard University’s Fair Use Comic on the Authors Guild, Inc. v. Google Inc. case, written by Kyle C. Courtney, art by Jackie Roche.
by Ariel Katz
It is Fair Dealing Week and I’m happy to share a draft of my new forthcoming chapter “Debunking the Fair Use vs. Fair Dealing Myth: Have We Had Fair Use All Along?” Here’s the abstract:
According to conventional wisdom, a fundamental difference exists between the American fair use doctrine and the Canadian (or Commonwealth) fair dealing doctrine: while American fair use can apply potentially to any purpose, Canadian fair dealing could only apply to those purposes enumerated in the statute. Accordingly, fair dealing cannot apply to dealings for other purposes even if they would otherwise be fair.Read More›