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The Copyright Act protects “original expression,” but what is considered “original”? From Girl Talk to Richard Prince, artists are continually borrowing elements of other works to shape their own. Call it “remix,” “mashup,” “appropriation,” or “transformative”—drawing the line between infringement and fair use can be murky! Join artists, attorneys, and academics for two panel discussions about the ways in which today’s everchanging technologies have both facilitated the spread of creative work and sparked new debate over the current state of the Copyright Act.
New York Law School, "Right to Remix: Appropriation Art in the Digital Age" (2012). Institute for Information Law and Policy at NYLS (Event Posters). 91.