Recalibrating Fair Use – Again! The 11th Circuit Weighs in On GSU Copyright Infringement Case

As those tuned into issues of copyright and fair use in educational settings are well aware, copyright infringement lawsuits against colleges and universities are neither hypothetical nor theoretical. Perhaps the most well-known copyright infringement lawsuit against a university is the one brought by Cambridge University Press, Oxford University Press, and Sage Publications against Georgia State University. Anyone relying on the district court ruling must once again recalibrate their thinking about fair use.

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