- May you copy the original work of another without committing copyright infringement? If so, may you copy the entire work or just a portion?
- If you do infringe a copyright, how much can you be ordered to pay in damages?
- Can you be required to pay more than you earned from your infringing activity?
Copying the original work of another is not always an infringement of the copyright. Certain uses are "fair use" and do not constitute infringement. If the copying does constitute an infringement, however, the damages awarded may be much greater than the infringer's profits.
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