In another instance of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global IP Center (GIPC) posting factually incorrect information, on June 11, the GIPC cross-posted a blog post from Plagiarism Today purporting to clarify the meanings of “5 Copyright Terms We Need to Stop Using Incorrectly.”
I ran across this post because of the following GIPC tweet (screenshot posted here in case it mysteriously disappears):
Unfortunately, the linked post gets basic facts about copyright law wrong. On fair use, it reads:
What it Means: A fair use of a work is an infringement of a work where the court has determi...