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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 ...
  • Artist Copyright An Original Work
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    Music Copyright (c) What is a Copyright? Music Copyright is a very important aspect of the music industry. The Copyright law was established to preserve the creativity and rights of authors, composers, performers of expression. Copyright is the law that protects the property rights of the creator of an original work in a fixed tangible medium. (web) A fixed tangible medium is something substantial like copying lyrics on paper or putting a song on tape or CD. Copyright can be seen every where in ...
  • Online Auctions O Shell Auctions
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    Art Scams: Online Auctions Sean Hendrix In this modern time we live in, everything is done over the computer, whether it is your banking, car shopping, or doing your taxes, it is all accessible from your home computer. Many artists out there including myself are selling artwork online. Many online auction sites like EBAY are making the selling part much easier. Online auctions are a great way for no name artist to get a worldwide market. With the simple clicks of a mouse, you can have numerous p...
  • Use Of A Copyrighted Work
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    Student Name: Peter Foster Student Number: 202117722 Degree: Bachelor of Laws Course: Intellectual Property Law Course Code: LS 331 Assessment: Major Essay and Annotated Bibliography Due Date: 02 May 2003 Major Essay Question: Discuss the pros and cons of introducing a generalist fair use defence into Australian copyright law either in addition to or in submission for the existing details defences. The objective of the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) is to protect those who create works, such as artist...
  • Fair Use Of A Copyrighted Work
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    Intellectual Property In an Electronic World Business Law & Ethics Introduction This paper provides a general overview of some major issues facing both producers, publishers and consumers of intellectual property. The emphasis, however, is on copyright. Today, of course, that copyright includes the all-pervasive electronic environment of the internet. There are many media in which intellectual property problems arise. History and Definitions " Intellectual property" is property resulting from an...
  • Copyright Protection
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    Copyright comes into effect immediately, as soon as something that can be protected is created and "fixed" in some way, e.g. on paper, on film, via sound recording, as an electronic record on the internet, etc. It is a good idea for you to mark your copyright work with the copyright symbol (c) followed by your name and the date, to warn others against copying it, but it is not legally necessary in the UK. The types of works that copyright protects are: original literary works, e.g. novels, instr...

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