Copyright Reform Act attempts to “fix” fair use
From ars technicha:
The CRA (Copyright Reform Act) is a new project from Public Knowledge, with much of the heavy lifting being done by the Cyberlaw Clinic at Stanford and the Technology & Public Policy Clinic at UC-Berkeley. While Berkeley’s noted copyright scholar Pam Samuelson works up a new “model statute” for copyright law in the digital age, Public Knowledge hopes to make smaller interim fixes to copyright law that won’t require the same dramatic reworking.
To read more about their project and how they hope to clarify fair use read the ars technica article in full.