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A woman who posted a home video on YouTube of her 13-month-old son dancing to Prince's "Let's Go Crazy" squared off July 18 against entertainment giant Universal Music Corp. in a court case that tests federal copyright law, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. The issue in Stephanie Lenz's lawsuit against Universal is whether the owner of the rights to a creative work that's being used without permission can order the web host to remove it without first considering whether the infringement was actually a legal fair use--a small or innocuous replication that couldn't affect the market for the original work.
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