Peter Hirtle’s commentary looks at this Ann Arbor (MI) copyshop case in which the students make the copies of coursepack readings themselves. Interesting discussion that indirect infringement may not apply if the students are not infringing. Thus there must be a claim of direct infringement by the copyshop.
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