Monthly Archive for: ‘August, 2017’

All’s fair in love and war? The limits of the “fair dealing” copyright exception

The Fair Dealing-Fair Use war has been raging in Australia since antiquity. The Fair Users fondly yearn for the green pastures of American-esque copyright law. They imagine a vast nation where creative works are freely and peacefully disseminated as Fair Use, their benevolent sovereign, smiles on creators and consumers with equanimity and impartiality. The Fair Dealers on the other hand …

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