On May 19, 2006, at 5:45 PM, Anthony DiPierro wrote:
Interesting. I tried looking this up, because hey, if
over and over it shouldn't be hard to find. The first Google hit I
found was http://www.eff.org/cafe/gross1.html
- Understanding Your
Rights: The Public's Right of Fair Use. But I guess the EFF has no
clue what they're talking about.
Clearly, the EFF is an impartial source.
So the EFF is wrong? Or whether or not fair use is a right is an
It is an opinion, or at least, it is something that is under dispute.
Citing the EFF in a dispute about fair use is like citing the NRA in
a dispute about the Second Amendment--it won't convince the other
side so why bother?
Philip L. Welch