Public Knowledge will host its First Annual World’s Fair Use Day (WFUD) January 12 in Washington, DC.
According to the group’s Web site, the event is a free, all-day celebration of the doctrine of fair use: the legal right that allows innovators and creators to make particular uses of copyrighted materials.
A live Web stream of the event will be available at http://wfud.info for interested folks who aren’t in DC.
To learn more about the event or to register, go to Public Knowledge’s WFUD Web site.
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