Friday, March 11, 2011
Fair Use Fridays: Girl Talk Goes Cinematic
Derivative works from derivative works: music and choreography and film from the remix culture. Saw this video on Techdirt who fears copyright infringement claims and comments here.
Beautiful music and dance video, great shots of the Staten Island Ferry and Lower Manhattan.
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Labels: copyright infringement, fair use doctrine, fair use guidelines, girl talk, licensing law, music licensing, music sampling, remix
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