Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community
Educators often hide behind fair use to justify their uses of copyright-protected content regardless of whether the criteria apply to their particular situations. "The problem with fair use as a legal doctrine is that it's defense-only. Anyone can sue you for violating their copyright and you can declare fair use, but you will still have to pay onerous legal bills to defend that claim." boyd points to a pdf report from the Center for Social Media. "This document is not a legal instruction guide, but a set of best practices." -BD

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