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Yes, they are allowed to make copies for disabled persons and make them available to them for their personal use. They must fulfill the two conditions to be able to make the copies.
The person has lawful possession or use of the original work If the copyright work was initially acquired in a lawful way, then only it can be converted in an accessible copy. Commercially available accessible copies On availability of accessible copy commercially on reasonable terms which provides a level of access which enables enjoyment of the work by those with a particular impairment, the exception will not apply. In these circumstances, an accessible copy may not be made and the disabled person must purchase the commercially available version instead.
DRM systems do not typically differentiate between copying for lawful purposes, such as making an accessible copy under the disability exceptions and making a copy for unlawful purposes such as removing the technical restrictions to make the work available online). That is, although the disability exception might apply the disabled person (or her representative, or an authorized body, may be unable to create an accessible copy because the technology protecting the digital file cannot be bypassed. This means that the DRM system is effectively overriding the disability exceptions.
According to EUHR laws, every human being has a fundamental right to access social and cultural works, and to participate in their creation and development ‘regardless of frontiers’. Therefore, with the help of this exception a disabled person can also enjoy the copyright work to the extent as a normal person without similar impairment.
Yes, a comedian can may use small fragments from a range of films to compose a larger pastiche artwork; whereas ‘it would not be considered “fair” to use an entire musical track on a spoof video’.
A parody is an imitation of the style of a particular writer, artist, or genre with deliberate exaggeration for comic effect. Some parodies take aim at well-known artists or their work in order to make a critique. Another kind of parody uses existing work to draw attention to or comment upon a particular social phenomenon or issue. What all parodies share is referencing and making use of existing work to generate new social commentary.
No, if a teacher or student is using materials in an educational context that does not mean that they will not consider copyright. They have to be aware of the situations where they can use a work without obtaining permission or paying a license fee, and when permission or a license is required. Copyright in the work is not infringed by a teacher or a student as long as they are copying the work to give or receive instruction, and the copying is used to illustrate a point about the subject being taught. Also, the law makes clear that ‘giving or receiving instruction’ allows copying when setting examination questions, communicating questions to students, and answering questions.
Only two pieces of a copyrighted work can be included in an anthology in a period of five years, with sufficient acknowledgment provided.
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