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  • Future Of Copyright Law
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    Erik Gupta Copyright is it wrong or right. I believe that copyright is wrong because think about it so any one could take some ones art works and sell it or post it on the net is that right. If that were legal no one would want to do any thing artistic because they would know it would be copied. It would put us back in the dark ages no one would want to paint, sing, or do any thing artistic. As copyright says that know one can sell or copy any ones works with out consent of the creator. You may ...
  • Sharing Of Music And Video Files
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    FILE SHARING Ethical Debate with Today's Technology (INTRO) You may have illegal content on your computer right now! File sharing has become a very large issue today in society even though it has existed for decades. It has been the recent advances in our technology that has made it main stream and in the eyes of the general public. File sharing today tests the limits of technology along with our ethics making it a fuzzy grey area. When discussing file sharing's effect on society, first you shou...
  • Case About Hi Money Com
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    Nonmarket issues for Hi Money. comAs the Internet becomes more popular, Dot-come also become more prosperous. And the pace of the world becomes faster as well. Nowadays, with these huge changes in information transmission, some non market issues gradually appear in this new industry because of its characteristics of free-resource, high-speed and anonymity. In this case about Hi Money. com, this firm got two pressing non market issues since it launched last year. One was concerning the conflicts ...
  • Copyrights And Fair Use Laws
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    Copyrights: Intellectual Property and Technological Challenges The Government and many other agencies around the world are continuously at work to improve protections for intellectual property rights and the enforcement of intellectual property laws. In today's age of digital madness, passing legislation and actually enforcing of those laws becomes a very daunting task. However, the protection of intellectual property has both individual and social benefits. It protects the right of the creator ...
  • Recent Heated Confrontation Over Internet Copyright Laws
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    Kevin Kearney May 4, 2003 MGT 251 / Extra Credit Internet Copyright Laws student comes home to his dorm at the University of Scranton after a rough day of classes. With the quick internet connection provided on the school's network, the student makes a few clicks and logs into Morpheus, a program that enables music fans to download free music. Within a few minutes he is on his way to owning an unlimited amount of songs at no cost. Everything this student is doing is legal, right? Wrong. The down...
  • Copyright Royalty System
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    Today the vast majority of authors get little or no income from copyright royalties. For instance, scientific, technical, and academic journals usually pay nothing to their authors, and most scientific, technical and academic books earn only a few hundred dollars in royalties. Newspaper writers work on salary, and so do magazine writers, or they are free lancers who are paid a flat rate, not a royalty. Only a tiny percentage of authors make any significant portion of their personal income from r...
  • Beginnings The Copyright Amendment Bill
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    Unlike much copyright law which struggles to inspire the imagination, this legislation is of particular interest and significance as it aims to set the ground rules, the rights, for our emerging knowledge economy, a central tenet of current political discourse and, I hope, a common vision for Australia. It is the potential of these rights, coupled with the ubiquity of the application of these new rights with technological innovations, which has captured the attention of so many interests. Of cou...
  • Original Copies
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    Canada's copyright law is one of our hardest laws to enforce. The reason the police have so much trouble enforcing this law, is due to technology. This law is very easy to break, and once broken, it is very hard to track down violators. So although some form of a copyright law is needed, the one we have has, too many holes to be effective. There are three main ways in which the copyright law is broken in everyday life. They is audio / video tape copying, plagiarism, and software piracy. The firs...

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