On 5/19/06, Fastfission <fastfission(a)gmail.com>
On 5/19/06, Anthony DiPierro
Interesting. I tried looking this up, because
hey, if it's repeated
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.
If you want to play "find the
source", we can do that, but I don't see
the value in it.
Nor do I. You find a source, I'll find two. We could keep it up for
a long time, but suffice it to say it seems like there's not a
consensus, among lawyers or among the general public, on whether or
not fair use is a right.
"Fair Use is not a right...it is a defense
to an infringement claim"
Searching google for "fair use is a right" I get 200 hits. Searching
for "fair use is not a right" I get 99. Do we need to start going
through and evaluating the credibility of the sources? Maybe see
which ones are more impartial?
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