The Natural Right to Parody: Assessing the (Potential) Parody/Satire Dichotomies in American and Canadian Copyright Laws (Originally in Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 2018; Updated Version Republished on SSRN, January 2021)

WIndsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 2018 (updated version of the original)

30 Pages Posted: 30 Oct 2021

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Amy Lai

Boston College - Law School; University of Cambridge; Free University Berlin

Date Written: January 16, 2021

Abstract

This paper argues that the parody provisions in American and Canadian laws need to be reformed to stimulate creativity and enable free expressions.

Keywords: parody, satire, copyright, fair use, fair dealing

Suggested Citation

Lai, Amy, The Natural Right to Parody: Assessing the (Potential) Parody/Satire Dichotomies in American and Canadian Copyright Laws (Originally in Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 2018; Updated Version Republished on SSRN, January 2021) (January 16, 2021). WIndsor Yearbook of Access to Justice 2018 (updated version of the original), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3925229 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3925229

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Free University Berlin ( email )

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