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Jameis is researching at his local library when he finds a perfect source to use in his paper. when he goes to check the book out, he learns that he has overdue library fees and therefore can't check out another book. since he didn't have time to read the entire book and take notes, he decides to photocopy the entire book so he can take the copy home. is this allowed? a. yes. fair use allows someone to make up to 20 copies of entire books. b. no. fair use doesn't allow someone to copy and entire book or periodical. c. yes. as long as he doesn't share the copy with anyone else, copying the book is allowed under fair use. d. no. if jameis copies the book, he needs to leave the copy at the library.

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