New York Law Journal "'Fox News v. TVEyes': Exploring the Limits of Fair Use" by Stephen Kramarsky

November 18, 2014

"We live in a content-rich world. Digital media intertwines itself into every aspect of modern life, and with so much information competing for our attention, just keeping up can become a full time job. And that pervasiveness has social—and legal—implications. As people and organizations develop novel ways of managing, processing, and analyzing competing sources of digital information, the law has the formidable challenge of fairly and efficiently determining the rights of everyone involved—balancing the needs of consumers with the rights of content owners and creators."


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