[Air-L] Using screen captures in Thesis paper

Marj Kibby Marj.Kibby at newcastle.edu.au
Tue Jul 10 15:01:14 PDT 2012

Both Taiwan and China allow fair use for education, quotation,
broadcasting, and library use. (China also allows a very broad fair use
exception to government entities using a copyrighted work to transact
their official business.) 

Taiwan’s Law states four factors used to evaluate fair use in any of its
many enumerated circumstances. Regardless of whether the use is for
schools, libraries, or personal private use, the nature of the work, the
purpose of the use, the quantity and quality of the use compared to the
entire work, and the effect upon the potential market are all taken into


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

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