Im surprised that no one has posted anything concerning this court case. Perhaps comments have been posted that I have not found. Anyway, here is the gist of the issue: Should people be allowed to quote other people / commentators (by typing or audio recording) (supposedly in context or out of context) and then encourage others, based on evaluation of such comments, to boycott said commentator. Here are relevant links for you to consider while you formulate your opinion: The website in question with the audio in question: http://www.cair.com/ArticleDetails.aspx?mid1=777&&ArticleID=23608&&name=n&&currPage=3 The basic outline of the suit: http://www.savage-productions.com/Savage_CAIR_suit.html In my opinion what CIAR did falls under Fair Use http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use a doctrine in United States copyright law that allows limited use of copyrighted material without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as use for scholarship or review. (I did not get Wikipedias permission to use its definition for Fair Use. I sure hope that it does not use me.) Shouldnt people be allowed to take quotes from other people / comentators and criticize such commentators. Shouldnt they also be free to ask that other people boycott such people. It is hard for me to believe that every sentence that someone utters is actually so copywrited automatically and is saved from being excerpted and criticized. Anyway, please give your perspective and answer the question: Should Savage win?