Today I’m reviewing an article on “fair use” called Andy Biao is kinda screwed and to be honest… I was shocked when I first saw this and realized that violating copyright laws can cause various situations that cannot be controlled such as paying large amounts of money for the violation and possibly losing your right to content creation which can diminish any chance of financially setting yourself and that is utterly nerve racking. Two things from the article that caught my eye while reading were these factors.
1.The purpose and character of your use: Was the material transformed into something new or copied verbatim? Also, was it for commercial or educational use?
4. The effect of the use upon the potential market
These two factors spoke to me because it perfectly represents the purpose of your art in a financial and market standpoint and deciding your own path on how to go about content creation. Fair use may be a hindrance to most content creators but that doesn’t mean to limit yourself from creation it just means to give credit to where credit is due.