Friday, March 18, 2011
Fair Use Fridays: Stealing Ideas - Inception Video
Inception in a 60-second video above, courtesy BoingBoing. Inception, a film about stealing and planting ideas, having its title and "idea" stolen by a video. Video by Austrian Wolfgang Matzl.
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Labels: copyright infringement, copyright law, derivative works, fair use doctrine, inception, parody, protection of ideas, stealing ideas
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