Clare Painter Fair principles for copyright use - fair dealing (UK) and fair use (US)
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By Clare Painter

Abstract

When quoting from other people's copyright material, permission isn't always needed. You can often rely on copyright exceptions which allow you to use short extracts, and in this article we look at some of the situations where you can do this, specifically in relation to text-based "literary" works which are protected by copyright.

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