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Transcript of Software Piracy
Different attitudes towards Piracy
Growing Piracy in emerging markets Synopsis 1. Collectivism and individualism, democracy and totalitarianism, rule of law and rule of man: What do these concepts say about the IPRs of software and the legitimacy of its protection? Different attitudes towards IPR
Individualism, democracy and rule of law are advocates for IPR
Collectivism, totalitarianism and rule of man argues against
Differences between countries cause obstacles Group Three:
Edvard Bjornskau Crime that Pays (and Pretty Well Too) 3. How do you think consumers in wealthier countries who can afford legitimate copies of software justify software piracy? 4. Can you envision a scenario in which companies and consumers reach a relationship that eliminates the profitability of piracy- whether it is software, music, movies, or other digital products? 2.2 Why would it dislike greater government regulation? Loss in company sovereignty
Bad precedent on the industry Law of demand
Only hurting big business
Helping poor people
Not regarded as theft Unlikely
Political, legal, economical
Spotify & Netflix
Microsoft Office To a limited extent
Apple Lion iOS vs. Microsoft Windows
Government enforce and regulate piracy