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Sunday, May 20, 2007

A Fair(y) Use Tale: The Disney Explanation of Copyright Law

Bucknell professor Eric Faden has taken the staid subject of copyright and made an astonishingly funny video mashup explaining what it means and why it's (not) important. Not an easy task, but it helps when you string together clips from dozens of Disney films to make your point. Disney characters like Aladdin, Mulan, and Ariel become the teachers of a lesson on copyright and fair use where the medium becomes the message.

You can watch the hilarious video mashup below or download it here:

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