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Copyright

AccessIT based explanation of Copyright
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Travis Morehead

on 31 August 2012

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Copyright Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States
(title 17, U. S. Code) to the authors of “original works of authorship,” including
literary, dramatic, musical, artistic, and certain other intellectual works. What is Copyright? It is illegal for anyone to violate any of the rights provided by the copyright
law to the owner of copyright. For more information: http://www.copyright.gov/ http://transparentproductions.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/Current-Music.jpg http://cache1.artprintimages.com/images/visualsearch/v2/intro_900_l.gif http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/0,28757,2029497,00.html Copyright is a form of protection provided by U.S. law to authors of “original
works of authorship,” including “pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works.” Copyright protection also includes two- and three-dimensional
works of fine, graphic, and applied art.¹ Examples of such
works include.... • Advertisements, commercial prints, labels
• Artificial flowers and plants
• Artwork applied to clothing or to other useful articles
• Bumper stickers, decals, stickers
• Cartographic works, such as maps, globes, relief models
• Cartoons, comic strips
• Collages • Dolls, toys
• Drawings, paintings, murals
• Enamel works
• Fabric, floor, and wall-covering designs
• Games, puzzles
• Greeting cards, postcards, stationery
• Holograms, computer and laser artwork
• Jewelry designs • Models
• Mosaics
• Needlework and craft kits
• Original prints, such as engravings, etchings, serigraphs,
silk-screen prints, woodblock prints
• Patterns for sewing, knitting, crochet, needlework
• Photographs, photomontages
• Posters • Record jacket artwork or photography
• Relief and intaglio prints
• Reproductions, such as lithographs, collotypes
• Sculpture, such as carvings, ceramics, figurines, maquettes,
molds, relief sculptures
• Stained glass designs
• Stencils, cut-outs
• Technical and mechanical drawings, architectural drawings or plans, blueprints, diagrams
• Weaving designs, lace designs, tapestries Copyright protection for an original work of authorship
does not extend to
• Ideas, concepts, discoveries, principles
• Formulas, processes, systems, methods, procedures
• Words or short phrases, such as names, titles, and slogans
• Familiar symbols or designs
• Mere variations of typographic ornamentation, lettering,
or coloring http://deblogs.depaul.edu/Jillian/PublishingImages/downloading.JPG Some people don't know you are not supposed to copy software you purchase and share it with others. The same is true for files you can download or otherwise acquire. http://legionofhonor.famsf.org/files/imagecache/exhibition_preview_large/THINKER_side_columns.jpg It is the user's responsibility to give thought to the wise and responsible use of technology. Software is protected by Copyright. 4 Types of Software Ownership Commercial
-Allows a business to sell a copy of software with manuals and documentation. Shareware
-Software that is given away free for a trial period. At the end of the period, the user must either pay a fee or erase it. Freeware
-Given away freely without any trial period. Is still the property of the creator. Public Domain
-Free and is not copy protected. 3 Types of Software Licenses Single User
-Allows one user per copy of software. Site License
-Owner may put as many copies as they wish as long as the copies remain at a given location. Network License
-Allows copy of software to be placed on a file server. http://imtmworldwide.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/shrug.jpg So confusing?!
So how is one to know what to do?? Assume all software is copyrighted even if it does not bear a copyright symbol. The only source for permission to copy copyrighted software is either a specific grant of that right in a license agreement or the express or implied (with regard to freeware) permission of the copyright holder. Retain all packaging materials that contain provisions of a licensing agreement between the user and the software copyright holder. Refer to these materials for information about what copying is permissible for the particular software program. Note that most license agreements prohibit renting, leasing, or lending original copies of software. The End! Failure to follow copyright law can result in:
-Criminal or Civil suits
-Compensatory Damages (loss by owner)
-Punitive Damages (deterrent)
-Jail
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