Court Expands 'Fair Use' for Artists Using Copyrighted Works

A federal appeals court in New York last week ruled that an artist who incorporates the copyrighted works of another artist without permission does not necessarily have to comment on the copyrighted work to be entitled to the protections of the “fair use” defense to copyright infringement claims.


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