Great Info! Fair Use for Music Copyrighted Work

By Christian A. Sterner
January 10, 2011

It’s not fair use - The fair use doctrine is a privilege allowing others than the owner of the copyrighted work to use the material without the owner’s consent notwithstanding the monopoly of the use granted to the copyright owner. It’s the exception to the copyright infringment rules – and most violators cite it.

The problem is: Sampling fails to meet each and every one of the four prongs of the definition of Fair Use," Curtis Smolar, There's No Such Thing as a Free Sample

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