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Fight for Your Copyrights: Mashups, Fair Use, and the Future of FreedomMedia Education for a Digital Generation (2015)
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From music company lawyers blocking mashups on YouTube to journal publishers restricting their authors’ academic freedom, this chapter argues that draconian corporate permissions regimes violate our legal right to exercise the fair use of copyrighted material as we analyze, critique, and remix culture.
- Academic Freedom,
- Copyright Law,
- Fair Use,
- Best Practices in Communication
Publication DateSummer August 27, 2015
EditorJulie Frechette & Rob Williams
SeriesRoutledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies
Citation InformationChristopher Boulton. "Fight for Your Copyrights: Mashups, Fair Use, and the Future of Freedom" Media Education for a Digital Generation (2015) p. 199 - 207
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