[Air-L] Using screen captures in Thesis paper

Marj Kibby Marj.Kibby at newcastle.edu.au
Tue Jul 10 14:17:02 PDT 2012

Associate Professor Marjorie Kibby, B.Ed, M.A, Ph.D, FHERDSA
Director, Student Experience FEDUA
Head of Discipline: Film, Media and Cultural Studies
School of Humanities and Social Science
The University of Newcastle  Callaghan NSW 2308 Australia
Marj.Kibby at newcastle.edu.au
+61 2 49216604
>>> "Dan L. Burk" <dburk at uci.edu> 11/07/12 6:11 AM >>>
Okay, I guess I had better step in.

1) Fair use is specific to the United States (and Israel).  Emily
to be located in Taiwan.  She almost certainly has no fair use claim.

Australian law does not have a general “fair use” defence but it does
allow for "fair dealing" in the use of copyrighted material for the
purpose of research or study.  A quick Google suggests similar
provisions under Taiwanese law.


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