- April 11, 2006 @ 2:14pmnsrodriguez says:I have a teacher who wants to project an editorial cartoon for review by her class. Would this be aviolation of copyright law? If so, what ar ethe procedures for getting permission?
- April 12, 2006 @ 11:26amCOvalle says:Not a lawyer, here's my opinion-
If you mean project as in with a transparency or slide projector, document projector, or an already existing web site, then this use is very likely fine. There is a classroom exception to copyrights in a face to face setting (Section 110). The only time this might get complicated is if the item was digitized and shown to the students over a network. In that case, you'd have to be more specific about how you're doing that. Anyone else have a different take?
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