AAEEBL Digital Ethics Principles v.2: version 2

Fair Use

A legal defense wherein an individual argues that they have a right to re-use copyright-protected materials. Each instance of fair use is individually interpreted and decided. The individual who wants to argue fair use should do so based on four factors: (1) the purpose of re-use, (2) the nature of the work being re-used, (3) the amount of the original work that is reused, and (4) the effect this re-use will have on the original work’s market value.

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