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States Code), it is preemptively unlawful to reproduce, distribute, or publicly
display any copyrighted work (or any substantial portion thereof) without the
permission of the copyright owner. The statute, however, recognizes a fair use
defense that has the effect of excusing an act of copyright infringement. It is
the intention of the Library to act within the parameters of the fair use defense
in allowing limited posting of copyrighted materials in Electronic Course Reserve
areas such as this one. It is the intention of the Library, moreover, that such
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