An Analysis of the Permissibility of Unauthorized Third-Party Description of Audio Visual Works, and a Call for a Comprehensive Disability Rights Orientation to American Copyright Law
Director of Public Policy, American Foundation for the Blind
- Introduction: Overview and Objectives
- Does Production of Third-Party Described Content Constitute Creation of Derivative Works?
- Is Unauthorized Production of Third-Party Described Content a Fair Use of a Copyrighted Work?
- Advocating a Disability Rights Orientation to Copyright Law: A Strategy for Ensuring Protection for Third-Party Described Content and Other Forms of Accommodation and Inclusion
- An Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute—Limitations on Exclusive Rights; Accessibility for People with Disabilities
- Table of Authorities
- Appendix: Resolution of the American Council of the Blind Concerning Copyright Reform
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