Two Lectures on Copyright and Fair Use Today

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Spotted in the Chronicle of Higher Education Online this morning is mention of two lectures by Wendy Seltzer that will happen today on the topic of copyright and fair-use doctrine. Here are the summaries and hCalendar events (the latter being useful if your browser and/or RSS reader understands the hCalendar microformat markup). Long-time readers of DLTJ might remember Professor Seltzer's battle with the NFL over the overly broad statement about use of telecasts by posting a 33-second clip the SuperBowl on YouTube, which, at the moment, is still online.

It looks like previous talks from the Cornell University Computer Policy and Law Program are archived at the same website, so if you miss Professor Seltzer's talks today you can catch them another day.

[Update 20070927T1230 : Fixed the ending dates in the hCalendar microformat markup. Sorry 'bout that.]

The text was modified to update a link from to on January 20th, 2011.