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Last month, in a long-running case, a federal judge paved the way for a trial over Universal Music's takedown of a video showing a toddler dancing to the 1984 Prince hit "Let's Go Crazy."

The case, brought by Stephanie Lenz, is perhaps most famous for an early decision that suggested that copyright owners must consider fair use before sending takedown notices. In describing the good and the bad of a judge's recent ruling, attorneys from the Electronic Frontier Foundation -- representing Lenz -- had this to say in a blog post...

Friday, February 8, 2013
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