Courts: Stanford Law Defends Documentary Filmmaker
Lecturer in Law and Executive Director of the Fair Use Project Anthony Falzone is quoted and the Fair Use Project of the Center for Internet and Society, which is defending a documentary filmmaker sued for copyright infringement:, is referenced in Washington Internet Daily:
A documentary filmmaker sued for promotional materials he used on the Internet is getting help from the Fair Use Project at Stanford Law School's Center for Internet and Society. The group filed an answer and counterclaims to a suit brought in U.S. District Court, Boston. Producer Floyd Webb is making a documentary on John Keehan, aka Count Dante, a quirky Chicago martial-arts figure who founded the Black Dragon Fighting Society.
... Webb's "First Amendment rights are at stake here," Anthony Falzone, Fair Use Project executive director, said in a written statement.