Last Summer, the Center for Social Media released the Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Online Video, a first of its kind document—coordinated by American University professors Pat Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi—outlining what constitutes fair use in online video. (I was a member of the committee that drafted the Best Practices.) In collaboration with the Fair Use Project, the Center has now released a fantastic video that helps explain the Best Practices and how to put them to work -- Remix Culture: Fair Use Is Your Friend. Read more and see the video here. Additional thanks to Google for funding the production.
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