Cory Doctorow from Boing Boing:
"The idea that the same copyright regime should apply to movie studios and kids who photocopy comics is preposterous."
Conclusion: "We need to stop shoe-horning cultural use into the little carve-outs in copyright, such as fair dealing and fair use. Instead we need to establish a new copyright regime that reflects the age-old normative consensus about what's fair and what isn't at the small-scale, hand-to-hand end of copying, display, performance and adaptation."
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