A Practical Guide to Exploiting and Enforcing Rights
Chapter 5: What copyright does not give you
This chapter sets out the limitations and exceptions to those rights. The limitations define the scope of your rights such as the term of copyright. It is important to be aware of the exceptions to copyright so that you understand when and how others can use your work without your permission, and likewise when and how you can legitimately use other people’s copyright protected work without their permission, such as in a parody, for the purpose of quotation, or, in the US, under fair use.
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