Mom behind ‘Let’s Go Crazy’ YouTube video wins landmark copyright ruling

"“Something's likely to be fair use when there's no way it’s going to be a market substitute for the original. Nobody is going to watch this video instead of buying a Prince record,” said Daniel Nazer.

Nearly eight years after Lenz’s post, her case may be heading to trial.

“We wanted to set a precedent that companies can't ignore,” said Nazer. “Hopefully it will make it less likely that people will take down your legal content.”"