“Life in a Fair Use World”
The doctrine of fair use in U.S. copyright law benefits university scholars, students, and staff. A person can reuse, meme, and remix copyrighted works within its parameters, and without asking for permission, for educational and research needs. A&M School of Law Professor Glynn Lunney will discuss how fair use has changed, and substantially expanded, over the last fifteen years. He will cover what that means for faculty, copyright owners, copyright consumers, and follow-on creators.