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Copyright at TWU - DRAFT POLICY: Fair Dealing - Definition

Canadian copyright for academics at TWU

Fair Dealing - Definition

Fair Dealing

Fair Dealing is a provision in the Copyright Act (Section 29) that allows people to copy limited amounts of a work for the purpose of research, private study, education, parody, satire, criticism, or review, without seeking the permission of the rights holder. More information on how much may be copied is available on the Fair Dealing page.

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