What is the difference between use and reuse?
It is usually sufficient to refer to a “use” of a work. Reuse refers to a particular form of use, namely the use of the work or part of a work in the context of a new work or in the context of another intellectual work or creation (such as an event, a performance, or the like). Reuse thus focuses on these aspects, as opposed to a more basic use such as reading, printing, or unaltered reproduction (as in the case of an audio or video work). However, reuse is ultimately only a subset of the term use and not a separate concept.