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Music Copyright Laws

A copyright is a legal device that allows the producer of artistic or some creative work the exclusive right to either publish or even sell that work (Stim, 5). Copyrights are meant to protect the expression of ideas. Copyright infringement touches on any breach of the exclusive rights of the...

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Copyright Law and Intellectual Property

Intellectual property refers to any creation that is a result of human intelligence. These creations of the intellect include copyrightable works (music, literature, art, and trademarks and service marks) and patented works (inventions, and distinguishing features such as logos, package designs, and corporate names, among others). In times past, it...

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Event Review – Intellectual Property

The most important form of software protection is copyright. This is because it is source code, which is a trade secret. Copyright is the sole right to produce or reproduce a work. It protects expression of the idea. Works can be articles, graphic design, music, photographs, data, books, or website...

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Copyright, One Search and Creative Commons

Copyright in its broadest sense is the legal right(s) created by the law that grants the creator of an original work the rights to its use and distribution usually for a limited time with the intention of enabling the author of the original work receive compensation for their efforts (Yoo,...

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Ethics and Law in Music

Scenario One Summary Materials There are many ethical and legal elements to be considered when discerning relevant copyright information. Any person who has contributed meaningfully to the completion of an artistic project, be it music, art, or anything else, is owed a copyright on the finished product. A copyright is...

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Copyright and Various Owner Rights

The parties involved in the described incident would experience negative feelings because of several factors. First and the most evident reason is the loss of IP income. In this view, the pop artist could account to accumulate substantial financial revenue; instead, the clients use his product for free. Second, the...

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Violation of Copyright

In this particular instance, the laws that have been violated relate to copyright privileges. Specifically, copyrights are designed to protect the creators of original works and allow them to make a profit off the sale thereof. While creating derivative works from someone else’s copyright work is legal in some cases,...

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Why Copyright Penalties Should be More Severe

Copyright infringement is a serious concern in academia as well as various professions and industries. While copyright laws exist to help protect the intellectual property of individuals and organizations around the law, the penalties for copyright infringement are not always strict enough to deter those who may steal the work...

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Copyright Issues

Part 1: Effectiveness The EU’s harmonization of copyright legislation includes 10 directives that coordinate the rights of artists, producers and broadcasters across Europe (“The EU Copyright Legislation,” 2015). The new copyright legislation is meant to specifically allow better access to digital content while still affording copyright holders their protections. The...

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Is it Ethical to Patent or Copyright the Genes, Embryos or their Parts?

In my opinion, it is a 9 (yes for sure!). I am in support of Sung’s argument that states that it is ethical to patent or copyright the genes, embryos and other parts of body. According to Sung some cases that call for patenting the genes, embryos or their parts....

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Violation of Copyright Privileges

The specific intellectual property law violated in this case entails copyright privileges. Copyrights protect original authorship works and provide the copyright holder with the exclusive rights to copy, display, create, perform, distribute, or modify the work. For work to be covered under the copyrights law, it must be fixed in...

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Pirated Movies: My Position

Every day many people choose to go online to watch a movie rather than to go to the movie theatres. While people are free to do what they want to do, what most people don’t realize is the damage they are doing to the future of the entertainment industry. By...

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