On 5/18/06, Rob Church <robchur(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 18/05/06, Steve Bennett <stevagewp(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I think I should learn more about 'fair
use' - it could be quite
interesting. I've wondered, for example, whether it's legitimate to use
cover of an autobiography (incorporating the
subject's face) as the main
image of an article about the person
As far as I know, that isn't.
It almost certainly has to be a grey area though. For example:
Jim Smith is a famous author best known for his stunning autobiography
"Smith in 2000"
Jim Smith is a famous jockey best known for winning the Grand National. In
2000 he released an autobiography...
Jim smith blah blah. [second paragraph] Smith's autobiography, released in
2000, was recognised as a flop.