I think we all agree that this precludes use of the entire work (under
this section...of course there could be exceptions...a poem that is only
two words, a film that last 5 seconds...in these hypothetical cases, one
could argue that "criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching,
scholarship, research.." would not be possible without using the entire
"work" in some way.
Jessica Rosner wrote:
> Um I'm lost on this. Fair use is only for small portions of works what would
> it have to do with this and how could it be used as a defense ?
> 110 does seem pretty specific to me
> Just curious
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