No, I'm saying if you were an attorney you would have given the appropriate information to begin with. Fair use is a very touchy subject and is decided case by case by a judge in a court or law. However, one of the major aspects of fair use is that it is for non-profit and educational or journalistic use only. That, in itself, is a pretty basic summary.
However, spouting copyright law on a public forum with no references given to its credibility is just, IMO, bad judgement and we don't recommend that here. Law is built on fact, not opinion.
This particular conversation has run its course. If you really want to discuss legal issues, please visit the business and legal forum to do so.. and while you are there, you might do a search on fair use as it is a topic that has been covered several times in that forum. This forum and this discussion is about white-hat practices in acquiring and adding legitimate content to a website.