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TOK presentation Copyright
Transcript of TOK presentation Copyright
Inspiration or Plagiarism?
Is Copyright justified?
How can we know a work is original?
Where do we draw the line to plagiarism?
What are the limitations of Copyright law?
Are they ethically justified?
Is any work original?
Was this really Copyright Infringement?
"Good artists copy,
Great artists steal"
NOTHING IS ORIGINAL
Elements of Creativity
Stealing an idea but transforming it into something they can call their own.
Stealing and imitating someone else's
idea while calling it their own.
Right or Wrong?
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Anti-copyright. [internet]. [cited 17. 6. 2013]. Available on: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-copyright
Branko. The goal of copyright law is to stimulate creation. [internet]. [cited 17. 6. 2013]. Available on: http://www.tekstadventure.nl/branko/blog/2008/02/the-goal-of-copyright-law-is-to-stimulate-creation
McFadyen, W. Notes of dischord in court case. [internet]. [cited 17. 6. 2013]. Available on: http://www.smh.com.au/opinion/society-and-culture/notes-of-dischord-in-court-case-20100205-nhkl.html
By Jonathan Hribar 3Q