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re: All of copyright law is a little vague. Few judges are experts on the issues. So any copyright suit is something of a gamble. nmi
Posted by: tmdonahue (tmdonahue@yahoo.com) 07:48 pm EDT 06/17/19
In reply to: re: All of copyright law is a little vague. Few judges are experts on the issues. So any copyright suit is something of a gamble. nmi - ryhog 07:32 pm EDT 06/16/19

OK, I am not a lawyer. I only know what I read. Prior to 1998, juries weren't used in copyright cases. Since then, some judges have maintained that there are issues of law, not fact, which are the judge's purview, not the jury's. See “[f]air use is a mixed question of law and fact,...” https://www.copyrightcontentplatforms.com/2017/06/determining-fair-use-under-the-copyright-act-judge-versus-jury/
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