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May 21, 2012
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“Fair Use,” inside back cover of Craphound #5 by Sean Tejaratchi

Sean sent this to me after we came in contact over the Banksy/plagiarism stuff:


  It’s the inside back cover I did for Crap Hound No.5. It’s a summary of the idea of Fair Use, and it addresses common questions and misconceptions. Feel free to pass it along to anyone if you think it’ll help. It was made about ten years ago, so it should probably be passed along with that warning, in case any new details have changed in the law.


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“Fair Use,” inside back cover of Craphound #5 by Sean Tejaratchi

Sean sent this to me after we came in contact over the Banksy/plagiarism stuff:

It’s the inside back cover I did for Crap Hound No.5. It’s a summary of the idea of Fair Use, and it addresses common questions and misconceptions. Feel free to pass it along to anyone if you think it’ll help. It was made about ten years ago, so it should probably be passed along with that warning, in case any new details have changed in the law.

More on fair use→

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