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YouTube will defend ‘fair use’ filmmakers against copyright claims


Video site will defend strong examples of fair use against copyright claims, saying creators can be ‘intimidated’ by the effort required to defend their rights YouTube will go to court to defend filmmakers wrongly accused of copyright infringement, the site has announced.

It will now offer legal support to “a handful of videos” which Google (YouTube’s parent company) believes represent “clear fair uses”. It will also feature them in a special section of the site dedicated to showcasing strong examples of fair use.

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