Internet Archive to Senator: No “Emergency Copyright Act” Required, Fair Use Has Library Covered

The row over the Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library, which aims to fill the learning gap in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, has now reached government. In response to a letter sent by Senator Thom Tillis, which accuses IA founder Brewster Kahle of creating an “emergency Copyright Act”, Kahle says that such a thing isn’t needed, as fair use has the project covered.

Source: Internet Archive to Senator: No “Emergency Copyright Act” Required, Fair Use Has Library Covered * TorrentFreak

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