Did you know?
Judges can remit certain copyright infringement damage awards against non-profit educational institutions?

But only as long as ...
The infringement was based on an "honest belief" that the use was a "fair use."

So consider this ...
"As educators, we need to be concerned with the following reality.  If no effort was made to determine whether a use is "fair," it is likely to be difficult to persuade a court that someone with a Ph.D. "honestly believed" it was permissible."
-Linda K. Enghagen, J.D., Professor
Copyright Law and Fair Use: 
Why Ignorance is not Bliss

Copyright Compliance in Higher Education

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