Fair use 17 U.S.C. § 107. Fair use is a doctrine in the United States copyright law that permits copying of someone else's works without asking permission; Other countries have similar provisions, called "fair dealing" in Britain, Canada and Australia. The most common form of fair use is copying for educational purposes and without earning a profit. I have uploaded these videos for the sole purpose of educating the public with facts that other news media sources are trying to conceal. I have not made a single penny nor have I asked to be compensated for time spent editing & uploading these videos.