Welcome to FUEL:
Fair Use Evaluation Log
We can help you make sense of the seemingly nonsensical exercise of a fair use analysis
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Your answers are compared to hundreds of court decisions in fair use cases
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Please Read the "Fine Print"
Fair Use Guide is based on empirical data, and is provided as an educational guide, not legal advice. The Fair Use Guide does not substitute for a consultation with a legal and/or subject-matter expert. If you have questions or concerns about your use, we recommend that you seek legal advice.
The information provided by this tool is based on the research and data of Clark D. Asay, a Woodruff J. Deem Professor of Law at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University, as set forth in his article, Is Transformative Use Eating the World?