Copyright Toolkit - Fair Use
Fair use allows users of copyrighted works the right to exercise without permission some of the rights normally reserved for copyright owners. This concept is used as a defense in a court of law. Determining what might be considered a fair use in court is an ambiguous and uncertain process. These tools can assist you in assessing whether a use of a copyrighted work might be considered a fair use.
This toolkit was not prepared by an attorney and is not intended to substitute for legal advice.