IS MOVIE FILTERING A FAIR USE?
Many parents do not want their children to be unnecessarily exposed to nudity, sex, bullying, violence, and vulgar language while watching motion pictures and television shows. Some adults prefer not to see or hear such content either. For them, many films are unwatchable without the use of filtering to remove content they find offensive. On the other hand, many cinematic artists, including in particular movie directors, object to any "unauthorized" alteration of their films as an attack on their artistic vision.1