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This question arose on this list a couple of months ago, and in most cases
using an original (non-duplicated) version of a work for educational
purposes is allowed. I am not sure if there is a prohibition on the
exhibition if there is a fee charged.


I am sure that these cases do not achieve Napster-esque proportions,
however,in light that many readers of this list themselves derive earnings
from copyrighted works--and are also engaged in educating others--that
proper clearances are obtained or that observances of the laws are
maintained.

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From: Mikel J. Koven [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2000 3:38 AM
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Subject: Re: Showing Films in College Courses


Truthfully, I think we just ignore the copywrite legislation.
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