In April, YouTube started forcing alleged copyright infringers to watch Copyright School a short and silly video that attempts to explain copyright law. We are all for educating filmmakers on copyright law, but as the advocacy group Public Knowledge pointed out the video sort of skips over the fair use doctrine.
Public Knowledge challenged their members to create a response video that explains fair use, and how, in some cases, making use of copyrighted material without permission is perfectly legal. This video from Patrick McKay is the winning entry:
The original YouTube Copyright School video: