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Peer-to-Peer Copying and Sharing
Transcript of Peer-to-Peer Copying and Sharing
How can copyright be infringed?
Public Domain in P2P Sharing
Public domain is any music that has been around long enough for the copyright to expire on it. Legally, you are allowed to obtain and share any of this music without permission.
Why are copyright laws important to P2P sharing? (1)
Peer-to-peer file sharing is often used to share copyrighted works that those sharing the works do not have the rights share.
Copyright regulations that apply (1)
Copyright works of such files should not be stored, transmitted, or used on University owned computers.
No reproduction, distribution, public dsplay, performance, or digital transmittance of copyrighted works.
Only acceptable when given permission.
( CDs, DVDs, music videos, ring tones, Internet information)
Peer-to-Peer software can be a very dangerous venture. It can expose your computer to certain viruses and using P2P can violate Acceptable Use Policies and many other laws, which all have serious consequences.
Once you share music with your peers you're providing with illegal information because they are not purchasing the song themselves.
Ex: Piano Music
Fair Use (4)
Determines how much of a copyrighted work can be legally used without expressed permission.
Ex: quoting song lyrics
Infringement Penalties (3)
You can be fined to amounts upward of $8,000.
Can give you a criminal record
Expelled from school
Automatic failure on assignments
Acceptable Use Policy
Ex: University students downloading and sharing music illegally.
Infringement Prevention (3)
Ex: Netflix, Hulu
Who to contact for Permission (2)
How does Copyright Effect Teens (5)
Teenagers are continuously sharing media with one another, oblivious to the copyright protection laws.
Downloading videos without permission is copyright infringement, which happens daily.
Can't perfom plays without buying the script.
Cannot give out CD you have burned yourself.
No emailing tracks or songs