In a message dated 2/23/2008 3:52:15 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
One of the important aspects to claiming fair use of a copyrighted
work is that a replacement for it is not possible.
This is a very different thing from "we haven't got around to finding
a replacement yet, so we'll use this until we do".>>
"Fair Use" does not live on top of this requirement that a replacement
*possible*. Fair Use has no restriction of this nature.
So again, this point-of-view, which is not supported by copyright law,
removes any fair use picture.
The ideal of "possible" is the problem as "reasonable". You simply
define it adequately.
Meanwhile the project suffers by deletionists gone wild, removing useful
fair use pictures.
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