Demystifying Fair Use, Copyright, and Content ID

Pop Culture Detective: Audio Files
Pop Culture Detective: Audio Files
Demystifying Fair Use, Copyright, and Content ID

Audio Episode 09
In this episode, we discuss the fair use doctrine and why it’s so important for everyone on the internet. We also dig into how fair use interacts (or doesn’t) with YouTube’s content ID system. Two legal experts in fair use join the conversation: Art Neill is the founder and Executive Director of New Media Rights, and Erika Lee is the Assistant Director.

New Media Rights is a clinical program of California Western School of Law that provides legal services to creators, entrepreneurs, journalists, and internet users whose projects require specialized internet, intellectual property, privacy, and media law expertise.

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Fair use
All multimedia clips included in this podcast constitute a ‘fair use’ of any copyrighted material as provided for in Section 107 of U.S. Copyright law, which allows for criticism, comment, and scholarship. Learn more about fair use via New Media Rights!

Show credits
Audio production: Jonathan McIntosh
Intro music: Simon Stålenhag

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