Introduction to Copyright: Rights of Users (part 3 of 4)
From Ana Enriquez
- Jessica Litman, The Exclusive Right to Read: Throughout her career, Professor Jessica Litman has emphasized the rights of copyright users, and the framing of this video comes from her work. “The Exclusive Right to Read” is a good place to start with the concept of user’s rights.
- 17 U.S. Code § 107 – Limitations on exclusive rights: Fair use: This is the section of the U.S. Copyright Act on fair use.
- Fair Use from the Office of Scholarly Communications and Copyright: This is the fair use page on our website.
- Campbell v. Acuff-Rose from the Oyez Project: Campbell is the Supreme Court case involving 2 Live Crew and Roy Orbison.
- Pierre Leval, Toward a Fair Use Standard: This is Judge Leval’s 1990 article on transformative use.
- Henry Louis Gates, 2 Live Crew, Decoded: This is Professor Gates’s New York Times Op Ed about 2 Live Crew’s music. It is similar to the testimony he offered at their trial for obscenity.
- Kimberlé Crenshaw, Beyond Racism and Misogyny: Black Feminism and 2 Live Crew: In this piece in the Boston Review, Professor Crenshaw responds to Professor Gates and to 2 Live Crew’s work.
- Harper and Row v. Nation, from the Oyez Project: Harper and Row is the Supreme Court case involving publication of an excerpt from President Ford’s autobiography.