4 Factors to determine fair use of a copyrighted work
In his webinar, “
Fair Use or Infringement in 2018, and Other Current Copyright Issues
”, Ken Norwick, author of The Legal Guide for Writers, Artists, and Other Creative People
reminded participants that the purpose of copyright is “to give creators an incentive to create”.
The U.S. Constitution states that the purpose of copyright is "to promote the progress of science and useful arts", said Norwick. However, in order to progress, he said, there must be a level of fair use of the creations that came before. Four factors exist in determining whether a use is qualified as fair use and thus not an infringement on copyright, said Norwick.
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