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    music without paying for it is so easy it barely seems illegal. Copyright infringement is a huge ethical issue going on right now. From downloading movies and music from peer-to-peer programs as well as various websites to being able to stream a movie at the click of a button without a copy ever being saved on the computer it's so simple, anyone could get addicted to doing it. For some of these reasons many argue that copyright infringement is a moral thing to do, but on the other hand others believe

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    1) Does that forwarding email institute for copyright infringement: The copyright in an email is determined by its content. Forwarding emails is generally not considered to be a breach of copyright, but, one should carefully consider the nature of the content of the email and whether it is appropriate to forward it, as other legal issues, such as privacy and confidentiality, also apply. According to Copyright Act, it considers sending emails as an act of communication, although, the issue with emails

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    books, etc. Many people protect their intellectual by copyrighting their work. Copyrights are trademarks or patents, and give the owners of the work the right to claim their work and protect it from theft. Use or reference of famous work is permitted when it is for “transformative” or limited use. This work be considered “fair use” and many copyright infringement trials have been dismissed because of this. Copyrights are an important tool to ensure that copyrighted work that is referenced mentions

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    Copyright Infringement Research Paper We are well into the year of 2011 and technology is continuing to advance and a faster and faster rate. As technology advances there continues to be more of an opportunity for things to go wrong. The ability of our society to obtain information has been becoming as easy as it has ever been. I simple line into the google search bar and you are looking at millions upon millions of lings and opportunities to attain information. With this source and hundreds

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    Elliott Shroat What is Copyright? • Copyright means that you own something and no one else can edit or change it without permission Why Should I Care About Copyright? • You should care because you want credit for what you did, not others. Which Works Are Protected by Copyright? • Mostly anything that can be seen, viewed, or heard like books, plays, and music. Which Works Are Not Protected by Copyright? • Ideas, Trends, phrases, or conversations are not protected. • Mainly just made up things that

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    their intellectual properties through copyrighting it. Copyrights are patents and trademarks, and it gives the owners the right to claim their work and protect it from theft ("Intellectial Property" Help Desk). Use or reference of famous work is permitted whenn it is "transformative" or for limited use. This work is considered "fair use" and many copyright infringement trials have been dismissed because of the fair use doctrine. Copyrights are an important tool to ensure that copyrighted work that

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    On the 26th of June, 2015 the Copyright (Online Infringement) amendment was assented, and came into effect the day after. The laws that this amendment includes aim to allow copyright holders to make requests that online locations hosting their copyrighted content be blocked, regardless of if the websites are hosted on Australian soil or not. The amendment also allows copyright holders to request that the details of piraters be handed over by Internet Service Providers. However, the effectiveness

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    Napster had the attention of the Record Industry Association of America (RIAA), and their concerns of Copyright infringement. About a year after its launch, it was sued by the RIAA, which represented major recording companies such as Universal Music, BMG, Sony Music, and Warner Music Group. They claimed that by allowing users to swap free music recordings, Napster’s service violated Copyright laws. Eventually, the judge ruled against Napster forcing them to shut down operations and liquidate its

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    Ownership and Infringement of Copyrights Introduction: Definition and understanding of Copyrights: The legal right that is created by enforcement of law by a country that provides the creator of an original exclusive work rights to use and distribute it, usually for a limited time with the aim of enabling the initiator to get compensation for their intellect work is known as copyright. It is a structure of intellectual property such as trademark, a patent or trade secret etc which is relevant to

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    Copyright infringement is the unauthorized use of copyrighted material in a manner that violates one of the copyright owner's exclusive rights, such as the right to reproduce or perform the copyrighted work, or to make derivative works that build upon it. For electronic and audio-visual media, unauthorized reproduction and distribution is often referred to as piracy (however there is no legal basis for this and indeed in one US copyright lawsuit the judge ordered the plaintiff's legal team to stop

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