[Foundation-l] Clearing up Wikimedia's media licensing policies

David Strauss david at fourkitchens.com
Thu Feb 8 13:52:58 UTC 2007

My point is that fair use recognizes certain derivative uses. (By your
definition of derivative use, fair use is almost completely derivative.)

If you parody something ND-licensed, you are invoking fair use. The ND
license becomes irrelevant for the derived work.

Andre Engels wrote:
> 2007/2/8, David Strauss <david at fourkitchens.com>:
>> Don't forget about parody. It's a subset of fair use *defined* by its
>> derivative nature.
> And your point is? If you take a work included as fair use and parody it,
> your fair use claim is not stronger than when you take a work included under
> an ND license and parody it.

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