Some courts are getting fair use analyses about transformative works wrong

8 10 2008

Some courts mistakenly view transformative use as merely using a work in a way different from that which the copyright owner currently does. The true meaning is that transformative use is a use that transforms portions of the original into an entirely new work that does not simply supersede the original in a market or use to which the original may not yet have been applied.


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