EU Screws Up Copyright Ruling on Student’s Presentation

The sad state of international copyright law.

One of the few bright spots in US copyright law (along with DMCA Safe Harbors) is the legal principle of fair use – the idea that under certain conditions one can use a copyrighted work without permission. The various conditions include for educational purposes, commentary and criticism, and certain noncommercial uses.

Source: EU Screws Up Copyright Ruling on Student’s Presentation

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