The Brennan Center for Justice,
founded in 1995, unites thinkers and advocatesin pursuit of a vision of inclusive and effective democracy. The Free Expression PolicyProject, founded in 2000, provides research and advocacy on free speech, copyright, andmedia democracy issues. FEPP joined the Brennan Center in 2004, and developed theFair Use Network in 2006.
Director Democracy Program
Coordinator Free Expression Policy ProjectThis report (version 1.0.3, July 26, 2007) is available online at http://fairusenetwork.org/resources/OSPreport-2007.pdf .
Thanks to Evan Hill-Ries, Kate Kaufmann, Shilpa Malik, Nicholas Smallwood, and Rob Stillwell for researchassistance.Thanks to Howard Besser, Strata Chalup, Julie Cohen, Karl Fattig, Eric Goldhagen, Bill Humphries, Jason Schultz,Chris Shaffer, and Heather Whipple, for referrals and suggestions. Additional thanks to Eric Goldman, Liz Henry, Jack Lerner, Wendy Seltzer, and Jennifer Urban for reviewing the manuscript and for offering valuable suggestionsthroughout the project and about the manuscript. Finally, deep appreciation to all the people we interviewed who spent so much time discussing their perspectivesand the challenges they face. Needless to say, without them, this report would not have been possible.We acknowledge the generous support of the Rockefeller Foundation, the Educational Foundation of America, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
© 2007 Laura Quilter and Marjorie HeinsThis work is licensed with the Creative Commons “Attribution – Noncommercial – Share Alike” 2.5license. It may be reproduced in its entirety as long as the Fair Use Network is credited, a link to thewebsite (http://fairusenetwork.org/ ) is provided, and no charge is imposed. If derivative works arecreated from this report, they must also be licensed under the Creative Commons “Attribution – Noncommercial – Share Alike”license.