We were asked about signage to post over the copier at a schools where educational materials are copied. Below is some template language with footnotes explaining why they say what they do. Of course, before posting in your school or library, check with your lawyer!
MAKING A COPY ON THIS MACHINE
MAY BE SUBJECT TO THE COPYRIGHT LAW OF THE UNITED STATES
This means 4 important things:
1. Copying a copyright-protected work here could be a copyright violation.
2. Copying protected works is sometimes allowed under "fair use." Our school's fair use policy is posted INSERT.
3. Copying a copyrighted work to accommodate a disability under the ADA is allowed. However, to do that, please see the [insert office for disability services] staff, since adaptive copies have special rules, and we want to help you (or a person you are assisting) exercise your rights.
4. Under the TEACH Act, you may display or perform certain copyright-protected content in class, but that does not allow you to make additional copies for in-class or online instruction. Please don't make copies that exceed the permission obtained by the school (unless you use our policy to determine it is fair use).
The copy machines are here for your use, and we appreciate your consideration of these laws.
 17 U.S.C. 106 reserves the making of copies to the copyright owner.
 17. U.S.C. 107 allows copying under certain circumstances, but simply "educational" or "not-for-profit" use is not enough. Read the guide at the link!
 See https://www.loc.gov/nls/about/organization/laws-regulations/copyright-law-amendment-1996-pl-104-197/.
 Section 110 of the Copyright Act.
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