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An exception to the limitations that can be imposed by a copyright owner. A similar concept in the U.K. is called "fair dealing."

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The difference is the name, specifically in how it is used. The name and branding of a car is protected by trademark. Ford Motor Company, for example, has tradmarks on "Ford", the familiar oval logo …
answered Apr 5 '16 by Mark
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To answer the question "Is the use of a screencap from The Matrix in this blog post fair use?" This is clear-cut: no. 17 USC 107: Notwithstanding the provisions of sections 106 and 106A, the fai …
answered Jun 18 '15 by Mark
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I presume from the fact that you mention "fair use" that you're interested in United States law. In that case, the answer is a clear-cut "no". 17 USC 107: Notwithstanding the provisions of secti …
answered Jan 17 '18 by Mark