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1 day ago

Ancient Technology by Jason Martell

1 day, 11 hours ago

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2 days, 5 hours ago

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1 CORINTHIANS 13:4-7
Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not arrogant or rude. It does not insist on its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrongdoing, but rejoices with the truth. Love bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things.
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2 days, 22 hours ago

old...alien..advanced...and degenerates?

3 days, 8 hours ago

ancient technology

3 days, 11 hours ago

Why the Bermuda Triangle Is Never on a Map

3 days, 11 hours ago

It's the law of entropy...in time all things go into decline

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4 days, 5 hours ago

Original video - https://www.bitchute.com/video/MWdCu6c7NpoY (July 7, 2022)
Jessie Czebotar's website - https://illuminatethedarkness.com
Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/JessieCzebotar
Twitter - https://twitter.com/CzebotarJessie
2nd Patreon for healing and community for veterans and satanic abuse survivors - https://www.patreon.com/illuminatethedarkness
My Liberty Stand - https://mylibertystand.com

See also Cathy Fox Blog - https://cathyfox.wordpress.com
Twitter - https://twitter.com/cathycathyfox

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This is a clip from a vldeo with Jessie and David Zublick on his Bitchute channel - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/LPYIJuMHYEz0 This is taken from the episode entitled Dark Outpost 07.07.2022 Georgia Guidestones Blown Up!

This follows on from the previous clip:
Dutch Farmer Protests, Food Shortages + Dandelions and Clovers + UN Article Sold Hunger as Desirable - https://www.bitchute.com/video/DuqjI9EIzGEM

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Text/Links from under the original video:

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The Georgia Guidestones have been destroyed. Is this event the will of God? Is this a sign that things are beginning to turn around? Brice Watson, Stephanie Schapp, Jessie Czebotar and Sandy Glaze will all weigh in. Plus your telephone calls. Leave the world you think you know behind and join us at the Dark Outpost!

Watch full shows at https://watch.darkoutpost.tv

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There are many other interviews with Jessie on the following channels/websites:

Right on Radio on Odysee - https://odysee.com/@RightonRadio:9
Odysee (CH2) - https://odysee.com/@RightonRadioCH2:7
Podbean (audio only) - https://rightonradio.podbean.com
See comments section here - https://www.bitchute.com/video/cUbSJIdT8k4r - for links to several shows.

Aquarius Rising Africa on Rumble - https://rumble.com/user/AquariusRisingAfrica
Odysee - https://odysee.com/@AquariusRisingAfrica:4
Aquarius Rising Africa II (YT CH2) - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVWnieUGDgNdFWB_DbEjmCw
Solutions with Aquarius Rising Africa channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYJLJoFgxNlK6XJ6VIY0s1A
LIFE WITH THE MOTHERS - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=quNQaGAdYPA
WALT DISNEY DECODE - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4ktUJ4DMe0
SOME Q & A ... we talk about the KKK, mother goddesses and more - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9OAUYDTyD4
HOW TO SPOT AN INFILTRATOR - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aH28QMTu_Ps

The Reveal Report - https://www.youtube.com/c/Therevealreport
Hollywood & The Occult - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUrpbRJdJtI
Jessie decodes occult symbols & logos - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Fw850BMyso
The Rings of the Illuminati - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICputjqeZwU
Secret Gatherings of the Elite - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJv6tS4WY5w
Report on WITCHCRAFT - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjwAv_rrIyQ

Sarah Westall - https://sarahwestall.com/category/podcast
Infinite Soul Capture & Perpetual Harvesting of Humanity - https://sarahwestall.com/infinite-soul-capture-perpetual-harvesting-of-humanity-w-chaplain-jessie-czebotar

Carmen Studer - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4kchcaQZXtzdffzc6Smang/videos
Throne Room of Heaven Described - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dfc1liBDpho
Jessie describes Satan's underworld - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fu-99eQbh68
Satan's "Fools" & God's Healing Pools - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjBJMbSFUEU
Breeder Program Questions Answered - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8DDqkJvneZw
Saving All The Children - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5jQX_PQQ78
Light Side of Darkness - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yg3SnvXnOkQ
Dragons, Myths and Grimm Tales - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Eg3XY4OPjU
Mind Control w/ Dr Laura Sanger - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4Fhq7rPBPg
Under Water Missions and More - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wk24bUoJMsw
This Ain't Your Grandma's Galactic Living - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB9aQoVt9Qs
Tale of Two Kingdoms - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s6zI8nzE9oA
Questions Galore - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qfz7RPRrGYA

Good Dog (War of the World series) - https://www.gooddog-usa.com/war-of-the-worlds
Episode 151 Heart of Darnkess - https://rumble.com/embed/vbqytr/?pub=2lydb
Episode 159 Light At The End Of The Tunnel - https://rumble.com/embed/vbqz8r/?pub=2lydb
Good Dog (Army of Light series) - https://www.gooddog-usa.com/army-of-light
Episode 215 Grim Fairy Tale - https://rumble.com/embed/vbqyvz/?pub=2lydb
Episode 219 Supply And Chains - https://rumble.com/embed/vbqynd/?pub=2lydb
Episode 253 Draining The Swamp - https://rumble.com/embed/vbqi9j/?pub=2lydb

Dark Outpost with David Zublick - https://darkoutpost.tv
Bitchute - https://www.bitchute.com/channel/davidzublick
What Turned This Man Into A Monster? - https://www.bitchute.com/video/pDVwZk9Zg6x7

David Nino Rodriguez - https://www.ninoscorner.tv

4 days, 6 hours ago

Was Hitler a Rothschild using Germans for personal gain and Power?

4 days, 7 hours ago

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Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable

4 days, 7 hours ago

An interesting talk about the history of UFOS and a theory about who they are and where they come from.

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Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable

4 days, 20 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable

5 days, 2 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work: A court will look closely at a use that deprives a copyright holder of income, regardless of whether the new material is competing in the same market. Important factors include the current market and the potential market.
Courts may use additional factors to determine whether the unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair.

5 days, 2 hours ago

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5 days, 8 hours ago

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5 days, 11 hours ago

ITS ALL POSSIBLE RAISE YOUR LEVEL OF AWARENESS! ⁣ADDITIONAL CONTENTS👍⁣No Longer Human PDF DOWNLOAD 2013 FREE POST to read👍⁣https://www.buymeacoffee.com/awakenedlight/no-longer-human-how-does-it-feel ⁣The Transhuman Tip Toe Connecting The Humans! YOU WAKING UP?👍 https://rumble.com/vixrj9-transhuman-tip-top-you-waking-up.html
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5 days, 12 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

5 days, 18 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work: A court will look closely at a use that deprives a copyright holder of income, regardless of whether the new material is competing in the same market. Important factors include the current market and the potential market.
Courts may use additional factors to determine whether the unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair.

5 days, 20 hours ago

Technology behind the Secret Space Program.

6 days, 2 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

6 days, 3 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

6 days, 4 hours ago

Recorded 4 minutes ago , CNN Europa..Fucking clowns, claim They must beat China to the southpole of the moon. Its where the resources are at, ol Bill claims.lmfao

6 days, 5 hours ago

With technology and instant worldwide communication many display their true beliefs as to whom they associate with. Christ said many would be offended for His name and His Word. We see that today by those who become offended by the teaching of God's word and don't want to have association with anyone teaching things other than those things that will tickle their ears.

6 days, 9 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

6 days, 16 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

6 days, 17 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

6 days, 17 hours ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week ago

Think how they can use anything they create for "convenience" against us.
Spying, carjacking. suicide, control......etc

1 week ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week ago

NANO TECHNOLOGY HAS BEEN USED AS A BIO WEAPON AGAINST YOU AND EVERY LIFEFORM ON EARTH . SCROLL DOWN THE CHANNEL , I HAVE MANY VIDEOS POSTED OVER THE LAST DECADE , LOOK AT TIMESTAMPS AND MY VIDEOS HAVE BEEN POSTED ON UTUBE PRIOR TO MOVING TO BITCHUTE .
IF YOU ARE HERE TO SHOP FOR VIDEOS TO POST ON YOUR CHANNEL . LEAVE , LEAVE NOW . I HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF PARASITES PRETENDING TO BE A CHANNEL .

1 week ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week ago

I don't think most people are up to date on technology. Robots can do surgery and the doctor can be at a great distance. How long before the Chinese worker who doesn't speak English is cleaning your toilet and washing the kitchen floor for $1 per hour? China has a labor surplus and even if we exported all our jobs here in the USA to China, they would still have a labor surplus. Technology will make it possible for individuals in China to clean a bathroom or vacuum the living room carpet from China. I have talked to thousands of people on Skype in China and it was fast and easy. This was in 2005, 17 years ago. Those people demanding $15/hr are not aware of the technology we have today.

This video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zx3gHPJiSJc&ab_channel=UCDavisHealth
Robotic Surgery YT Search:
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Robotic+Surgery

1 week ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work: A court will look closely at a use that deprives a copyright holder of income, regardless of whether the new material is competing in the same market. Important factors include the current market and the potential market.
Courts may use additional factors to determine whether the unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair.

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

Hidden Technology History. What else are they hiding?

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 1 day ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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This segment of #STWT show 224, I went over the mark of the beast system being implemented. First Israel has started to ban large cash transactions making them illegal and forcing people to perform the transactions digitally. Second we went over how NEOM is a large part of the new silk road aka The Belt and Road Initiative, and how NEOM's "The Line" is a perfect example of a UN Smart City gulag.

See the full show here: https://hive.blog/stwt/@titusfrost/stwt-show-224-a-banker-fed-dragon-rises-in-the-east-to-devour-taiwan-and-alt-media-shills

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The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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MUSIC BY BEASTIE BOYS SABOTAGE WITH A SWARM

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
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Comment;
News reporting;
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Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
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Music
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Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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THERES NOTHING NEW UNDER THE SUN

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The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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Amazing information. Please share this as this can help save lives. Anyone know if there are current sessions or facilities available for cell voltage and energy frequency rehabilitation ?? Does anyone have more information on this??

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Planned Excellence
This series of content focuses on maintaining optimal forms of creation through the entire process with a thorough understanding of all elements on all scales.

Here we consider the importance of the creations purpose, the most efficient and enjoyable way to implement the required actions towards its completion and the diverse facets of its continuity.

Examples of these principles and aspects include the products value to all, the innovation from its previous designs, its efficiency and its longevity.

The Purpose presents how the universe works and shares the greatest gifts that life has to offer. This series details the entire truth of everyone's individual purpose and our shared purpose. Gifted by Josiah G. Mizukami, we explore our universal family's infinite history, present and future. Join us as we remember and share the finite factual information regarding the physics, mathematics, mechanics, biology, psychology, religion, history, artistry, poetry, geography, cosmology, chemistry, politics and all other sciences with the people of Earth. This series is a vital part of the restoration, finalization and development of consciousness for all people and an accompaniment to the upcoming all-encompassing book entitled The Purpose.

To donate to our cause and benefit from our infinite flow of Aloha, Holy Spirit, Chi, Qi, Prana, Dark Matter, Midi-chlorians, Positive Conductivity, Wind, Breath and Life, visit https://fundly.com/universal-democracy-humanitarian-aid & Skyview.Design

"Join me for the greatest gifts that life has to offer." - Josiah

Being An advocate for maintaining freedom of speech and press while expanding free education and healthcare to extending and developing a universal democratic voting system have been a few of his priorities.

"Skyview's focuses are endless while recognizing the origin, past and future of Purpose Based Economics as well as extending a technology enhanced, transparent, global and equal democratic voting system with censorship free communication and public calculation. Through the recognition, creation and sharing of intellectual content we strengthen and enrich each other with endless avenues and possibilities. The infinite nature of existence and the power of our loving consciousness is everything we need to create a universal paradise.” - Josiah Mizukami

Skyview Design is an infinite conglomerate for the people and by the people. One of Skyview's focuses include sharing intellectual content regarding life's healthiest nature and nurture. Collaboration with all in mutual respect and harmony fully recognizes and supports our universal family’s purpose.

Some of Skyview’s projects that you can contribute to and benefit from include a transparent and universal technology enhanced democratic voting and communication system for all to help put an end to every harmful practice and replace suboptimal systems with optimal, healthy and efficient systems.

Thank you,
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The Purpose presents how the universe works and shares the greatest gifts that life has to offer. This series details the entire truth of everyone's individual purpose and our shared purpose. Gifted by Josiah G. Mizukami, we explore our universal family's infinite history, present and future. Join us as we remember and share the finite factual information regarding the physics, mathematics, mechanics, biology, psychology, religion, history, artistry, poetry, geography, cosmology, chemistry, politics and all other sciences with the people of Earth. This series is a vital part of the restoration, finalization and development of consciousness for all people and an accompaniment to the upcoming all-encompassing book entitled The Purpose.

To donate to our cause and benefit from our infinite flow of Aloha, Holy Spirit, Chi, Qi, Prana, Dark Matter, Midi-chlorians, Positive Conductivity, Wind, Breath and Life, visit https://fundly.com/universal-democracy-humanitarian-aid & Skyview.Design

"Join me for the greatest gifts that life has to offer." - Josiah

Being An advocate for maintaining freedom of speech and press while expanding free education and healthcare to extending and developing a universal democratic voting system have been a few of his priorities.

"Skyview's focuses are endless while recognizing the origin, past and future of Purpose Based Economics as well as extending a technology enhanced, transparent, global and equal democratic voting system with censorship free communication and public calculation. Through the recognition, creation and sharing of intellectual content we strengthen and enrich each other with endless avenues and possibilities. The infinite nature of existence and the power of our loving consciousness is everything we need to create a universal paradise.” - Josiah Mizukami

Skyview Design is an infinite conglomerate for the people and by the people. One of Skyview's focuses include sharing intellectual content regarding life's healthiest nature and nurture. Collaboration with all in mutual respect and harmony fully recognizes and supports our universal family’s purpose.

Some of Skyview’s projects that you can contribute to and benefit from include a transparent and universal technology enhanced democratic voting and communication system for all to help put an end to every harmful practice and replace suboptimal systems with optimal, healthy and efficient systems.

Thank you,
Skyview Design

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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In this episode of the Curious Realm host Christopher Jordan welcomes Jared Murphy, researcher and author of IT’S NOT ALIENS, WORSE, IT’S US: Discovering Our Lost History. We discuss lost and supposed mythical civilizations throughout the history of humanity. How have recent archaeological findings furthered our understanding of these civilizations and the possible technology they possessed?
In the second part of the episode, we welcome Mike Turber of 5x5 News to discuss the recent announcement of holograms you can see, hear, and feel. What is behind this and other exotic technologies and how do “Black Budgets” and covert programs bring these new technologies to the foreground and our consumer products?
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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

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The Purpose presents how the universe works and shares the greatest gifts that life has to offer. This series details the entire truth of everyone's individual purpose and our shared purpose. Gifted by Josiah G. Mizukami, we explore our universal family's infinite history, present and future. Join us as we remember and share the finite factual information regarding the physics, mathematics, mechanics, biology, psychology, religion, history, artistry, poetry, geography, cosmology, chemistry, politics and all other sciences with the people of Earth. This series is a vital part of the restoration, finalization and development of consciousness for all people and an accompaniment to the upcoming all-encompassing book entitled The Purpose.

To donate to our cause and benefit from our infinite flow of Aloha, Holy Spirit, Chi, Qi, Prana, Dark Matter, Midi-chlorians, Positive Conductivity, Wind, Breath and Life, visit https://fundly.com/universal-democracy-humanitarian-aid & Skyview.Design

"Join me for the greatest gifts that life has to offer." - Josiah

Being An advocate for maintaining freedom of speech and press while expanding free education and healthcare to extending and developing a universal democratic voting system have been a few of his priorities.

"Skyview's focuses are endless while recognizing the origin, past and future of Purpose Based Economics as well as extending a technology enhanced, transparent, global and equal democratic voting system with censorship free communication and public calculation. Through the recognition, creation and sharing of intellectual content we strengthen and enrich each other with endless avenues and possibilities. The infinite nature of existence and the power of our loving consciousness is everything we need to create a universal paradise.” - Josiah Mizukami

Skyview Design is an infinite conglomerate for the people and by the people. One of Skyview's focuses include sharing intellectual content regarding life's healthiest nature and nurture. Collaboration with all in mutual respect and harmony fully recognizes and supports our universal family’s purpose.

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1 week, 4 days ago

LHFE V.2 = LLG = SR. Introduction to secret technology in the Age of Transition and a reflection back on the video game Metal Gear Solid 2 and our current age of digital technology. Enjoy.

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty - Colonel A.I speech about information Warfare
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C31XYgr8gp0&t=0s

Sources:
- Chandri Mukerji - “Tacit Knowledge and Classical Technique in Seventeenth-Century France: Hydraulic Cement as a Living Practice among Masons and Military Engineers”
https://muse.jhu.edu/article/204996
-John Weiler - “Colonial Connections: Royal Engineers and Building Technology Transfer in the Nineteenth Century”
https://www.jstor.org/stable/41613759
-Todd Shallat - “Building Waterways, 1802-1861: Science and the United States Army in Early Public Works”
https://www.jstor.org/stable/3105759
-William Rosen - The Most Powerful Idea in the World: A Story of Steam, Industry and Invention (book)

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Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQxKuZya1SA

1 week, 4 days ago

Bank runs, tanks and guns are all the talk in China today in 2022.

In this video I break all of this down and explain how all of this ends.

Timestamps:
0:00 Intro
1:00 Tanks on the streets
5.50 Hong Kong property bubble
6:30 Henan banks
10:00 Show sponsors
12:00 What is a Bank run
16:00 How this all ends?

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1 week, 4 days ago

Images historical/public, a mix of my own, pexels/splash and otherwise cited.

Metal Gear Solid 2 found here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C31XY...

Sources:
- Chandri Mukerji - “Tacit Knowledge and Classical Technique in Seventeenth-Century France: Hydraulic Cement as a Living Practice among Masons and Military Engineers”
https://muse.jhu.edu/article/204996
-John Weiler - “Colonial Connections: Royal Engineers and Building Technology Transfer in the Nineteenth Century”
https://www.jstor.org/stable/41613759
-Todd Shallat - “Building Waterways, 1802-1861: Science and the United States Army in Early Public Works”
https://www.jstor.org/stable/3105759
-William Rosen - The Most Powerful Idea in the World: A Story of Steam, Industry and Invention (book)

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of t

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

1 week, 5 days ago

Dont fall for the memes, if you use a Non-SystemD linux Distro, you can use old pcs and save thousands of dollars on just fixing up something old.

1 week, 5 days ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

1 week, 6 days ago

Meet Eilik - An Interactive Desktop Companion Robot With Personality

Eilik is an interactive desktop companion robot with personality. A little bot to brighten your day.

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Eilik is new kind of robot that brings up a higher level of emotional interactions between humans and robots. He is a little companion bot with endless fun.

2 weeks ago

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

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Technology is progressing faster than ever, with ground-breaking new ideas being explored every day. From floating farms to edge computing, here are the 15 most incredible emerging technologies

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People who are jabbed will be traceable, traceable, and scannable everywhere they go.

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
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FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

2 weeks, 1 day ago

paypal: rozaymalik | *Feel free to support this new channel because i do alot of background work and run multiple business as a single entity*

FAIR USE Act
The "Freedom and Innovation Revitalizing United States Entrepreneurship Act of 2007" was a proposed United States copyright law that would have amended Title 17 of the U.S. Code, including portions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to "promote innovation, to encourage the introduction of new technology, to enhance library preservation efforts, and to protect the fair use rights of consumers, and for other purposes." The bill would prevent courts from holding companies financially liable for copyright infringement stemming from the use of their hardware or software, and proposes six permanent circumvention exemptions to the DMCA.
What Work Does Copyright Protect? Literature
Music
Motion pictures and other audiovisual productions
Sound recordings
Pantomimes and choreography
Pictorial, graphic, and sculptures
Architectural designs. Fair Uses of Copyrighted Material Under the Copyright Act, the fair use of copyrighted material without permission is allowed when used for the following purposes:

Criticism;
Comment;
News reporting;
Teaching, includes making copies for use in the classroom;
Scholarship and research;
Parody.

The Fair Use Four-Factor Test
Courts consider four factors when evaluating whether an unauthorized use of copyrighted material is fair. The following factors are guidelines under the Copyright Act:

The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes: Courts consider whether the use is transformative. For instance, was the purpose of the new use transformative, did a new expression change the original work, or did the use create new information or lead to new ideas? The more transformative a new work, the more likely a court will consider it fair use.
The nature of the copyrighted work: Courts look at whether the copyrighted work is creative or factual and whether it is published or unpublished. Creative works, such as fiction, creative nonfiction, pictures, and graphic works, typically receive more protection. Factual works, such as history accounts and scientific works, receive less protection because of the benefit to society from the exchange of ideas . Authors have a right to decide when to publish their work, so the use of unpublished works without permission is less acceptable than using published works.
The amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole: Courts consider how much material was copied and was the copied material a central part of the original work. When a large portion of the entire copyrighted material is used or it includes the use of a central point, it is less likely that a court will consider it fair use. For, parody, however, it is acceptable to borrow a large portion and to use the central part of the original work.
The

2 weeks, 1 day ago