From “Suing Georgia” (©ollectanea, April 22, 2008 9:05 AM), a brilliant piece by Georgia Harper, UMUC’s Center of Intellectual Property’s Scholar.
So, 5th piece: what’s left if you really, really, really believe that educators ought to be able to use whatever they need to and want to use in their classrooms without worrying about what it costs or whether it’s fair use?
Consumer resistance, or OA.
Read it in ©ollectanea. Highly recommended.