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Fair use for:
1 a) Educational and non-profit purposes. This material is for the purpose of education, commentary and criticism, and is being distributed without profit, hence believed to be fair use. All music and video rights belong to the respective owners.
1 b) Transformative or derivative work. This material is being made available within this transformative or derivative work for the purpose of education, commentary and/or criticism.Transformative work basically means giving it a different meaning than the original.
2) Nature of Copyrighted Work The second fair-use factor considers whether the copyrighted work includes a creative element. According to the Copyright Act, courts must examine “the nature of the copyrighted work, while recognizing that some works are closer to the core of intended copyright protection which garner only limited protection.
The use must be productive and must employ the quoted matter, in a different manner, or for a different purpose from the original. If on the other hand the secondary use adds value to the original, if the quoted matter is used as raw material, transformed in the creation of new information, new aesthetics, new insights, and/or new understandings - this is the very type of activity the fair use doctrine intends to protect for the enrichment of society.