The Washington Post recently covered Félix “xQc” Lengyel push against the Olympics and Twitch disabling their account over broadcasting rights.
Here is an excerpt:
Brandon Huffman, a founding attorney at video game- and entertainment-focused firm Odin Law and Media, fair use is profoundly misunderstood.
What people often misunderstand is that fair use is going to have any resemblance to what is actually fair,” Huffman told The Post. Fair use, he explained, is not a legal bubble shield that surrounds everybody on the Internet but rather a case-by-case defense. In reality, Huffman said, fair use is something only a judge and jury can decide and thereby resists easy characterization and definition.
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