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The information presented in Copyright @ DUC on the Use of Copyrighted Material is intended only for general information. It is not intended to substitute for legal advice. The staff and librarians at Archbishop Alemany Library do not accept liability with respect to any claim, proceeding, loss or damage arising from any faculty member or student’s use of copyrighted material, uses of the Copyright @ DUC website, and other provisions relating to copyright law.

An attorney should be consulted for clarification of any issues pertaining to uses of copyrighted materials and other matters related to copyright law. An attorney should also be consulted, whenever questions arising from the use of copyrighted materials, or which require legal interpretation or analysis of any copyright statutory provisions, including but not limited to Title 17 United States Code, case law decisions, Conference on Fair Use Guidelines, or any other matters regarding copyright usage, in which there is doubt.



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