[Foundation-l] Diversity and NC images - Board meet
wikisenpai at gmail.com
Mon Jan 15 22:54:14 UTC 2007
Do u think that this kind of modification make free the fair use images ?
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From: "Ray Saintonge" <saintonge a telus.net>
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Subject: Re: [Foundation-l] Diversity and NC images - Board meet
> senpai wrote:
>>No, You can't modify a "fair use" image.
> Disagree. U. S. rulings have allowed for parody. You may wish to crop
> an image to zoom into a detail that is important to your article. You
> may want to do an overlay to show the similarities between two people.
> You may want to do colour separations. I could probably find other
> legitimate modifications.
> Modifications have more to do with moral rights than copyrights in the
> strict sense. That aspect of the law is not particularly developed in
> the U. S.
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