Wendy Seltzer is a law professor at Brooklyn Law School and recently sought to illustrate a point about the extent to which copyright owners go to protect their works by posting on YouTube a clip from a football game that contained the NFL's copyright notice: Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags: My First DMCA Takedown. Predictably, YouTube got a take-down notice from the NFL and removed her video. She is protesting the take-down as fair use, also predictably. What's really interesting is the range of opinion evidenced in the discussion and commentary to her posting of the facts of this event on her blog. For those of us who can't imagine how anyone could not believe that such a use is fair -- a law professor posting a 30 second clip that contains the copyright notice for the game, in the context of study of copyright protection -- will find some interesting explanations, from at least one IP lawyer, of why it's not fair. Go check it out.