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Transcript: ✳✱* Intellectual property is not to be copied or spread around the web. We balance the use with rights, licenses and copyright requirements. Article 1 of section 8 of the U.S. constitution gives congress the power to promote the progress of science and useful art by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discovering. Definition:the exclusive legal right, given to an originator or an assignee to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same. Copyright basics We also can't copy right because it is disrespectful and it reflects badly on the company or individual. BY MARY GRACE BACSIK Fair Use The logo for copyright stands for creative commons. The acronym is on the logo is CC. COPYRIGHT All things have the right to not allow people to copyright sometimes the logo just isn't their. Not all copyrights are created equal. Always site your sources although it will no make up for directly copyrighting the site The copyright act allows for the impounding and destruction or other reasonable disposition of any infringing work. When in doubt ask your corporate, information professional, or legal counsel for advice Fair use is where you are able to use information that i9s copyrighted but on specific terms. Fair use is used for commentary, parody, research and education and news reporting. There are 4 factors to help determine if it is considered fair use. 1 purpose and character of the use nature of the copyrighted use amount and substantiation The effect on the market Fun Fact Random Facts Why we can't copyright Fun Fact Advice did you know a fancy word for a thing you own is intellectual property which copyright protects


Transcript: Points of wiew Local sales that pay taxes had decreases sales People are prone to theft Is more difficult the passage for people Fuel crime as many items sold in the street are stolen from shops Many times selling the item does not work They lose the investment they made The risk of being attacked in the street by muggers or same street people or police They could not bring food to their families find a job is more complicated, because their "resume" is tainted A fine of 5 to 20 basic salaries, when the amount of the damage does not exceed the five basic salaries . With 6 months to 2 years imprisonment or a fine of 20 to 80 basic salaries , when the amount of the damage exceeds the five basic wages and salaries does not exceed twenty base. With one to 4 years in prison or a fine of 280 basic salaries , when the amount of the damage exceeds 20 base salaries and wages not exceeding 50 basis . With 3 to 5 years in prison or a fine of 200 to 500 base salaries , when the amount of the damage exceeds 50 base salaries It is an easy source of income for low-income families They sell cheap stuff than elsewhere It is more accessible to people who can not buy or buy films or original articles $1.25 Punishments Have you ever bought a movie or an album in the street? Wednesday, April 20, 2016 "...They seized 66 pirated discs were the three vendors, due to the infringement of the Copyright Act, copyright and related rights..." "...Of the three people arrested, two were arrested on the orders of the authorities to disrupt public order and the third by the sale of illegal discs..." "Hawkers arrested in San Jose" When a crime is commit against copyright? Are the rights that a person have when creates a literary work, artistic , musical, scientific or educational Consequences Falsifying a brand Download music or movies without consent Copy a complete work Sell copies of articles without authorization Vol OE, No. 311 Copyright


Transcript: Copyright COP-Y-RIGHT Book definition Legal protection for stories, photos or artwork, to discourage unauthorized reproduction. definition The exclusive right to make copies, license, and otherwise exploit a literary, musical, or artistic work, whether printed, audio, video, etc. Related Forms cop·y·right·a·ble, adjective cop·y·right·er, noun un·cop·y·right·ed, adjective Word Origin & History "the right to make or sell copies," 1725-1735 Forms from copy + right Word as a verb, forms from 1806 Synonyms IP, patent, trade secret, trademark Types Shared Work for hire How long it lasts Individual: life + 70 years Work for hire: 120 years after created How it realtes to US! As journalist it is vital to copyright our work so that it can not be replicated without our permission. Also, copyright gives us credit for all the effort we put into our work.It is a form of intellecutal property. Some famous quotes "In our day the conventional element in literature is elaborately disguised by a law of copyright pretending that every work of art is an invention distinctive enough to be patented." -Northrop Frye "This country is at present engaged in furnishing material for future authors; not in encouraging its living ones." -Herman Melville "With proper attribution, to quote another's thoughts and words is appropriate; plagiarism, however, is cheating, and it may break copyright law as well." -Kenneth G. Wilson Any quetions? Copyright Justine Schulerud Justine Schulerud © ©

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