Jill Morgan Posted February 8, 2019 Share Posted February 8, 2019 I don't know how many of you are following Jeff Bezos' claim of blackmail against AMI (parent company of National Enquirer) and how they have selfies of his junk as well as their right to publish these images. The Enquirer stated in their email "As you know, “the fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies . . . for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting . . . is not an infringement of copyright.” 17 USC Sec. 107. " Can some of our American contributors comment on how this is allowed, and do any other countries have such a exception to their copyright law? This could be precedent setting in the US if it ever goes to court. This isn't to get into a debate on Bezos' allegations, but the quoting of the law by AMI. Jill Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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