WSJ Editorial Analyzes Trends in Copyright

Check the Wall Street Journal’s editorial on how technology is affecting copyrights. Pay particular attention to paragraph four of the article discussing the Google book settlement:

The settlement agrees that 20% of a book can be previewed without payment. So while fair use is still undefined for other situations, this is an important precedent that benefits both consumers and content owners.

So how do you use 20% of a photograph?

Thanks to Walter Rowe for submitting this topic.

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