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August 31, 2009


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You just created an unauthorized derivative work and publicly displayed it. What does commercial use have to do with it? (except the likelihood that you'll actually be sued)

Jacqueline Lipton

Well, I was kind of thinking fair use defense with my reference to commercial use (ie factors 1 & 4), although I suppose if the makers of Dora sell back-packs made up to look like their "Back Pack" character, maybe my unauthorized derivative work did encroach on their market?

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