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The Law of copyright is an automatic right and a property right also known as intellectual property and arises whenever an individual or company creates a piece of work. In order for this piece of work to qualify for copyright the work has to be original and display an amount of labour, skill and judgement. Work that expresses the idea in a physical and obtainable form can be protected, however an idea alone cannot The law of copyright first originated in the United Kingdom from a concept of common...

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This Agreement is valid, binding and enforceable in accordance with its terms; and (g) Assignor is not subject to any agreement, judgment or order inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement. (h) the Assignee can register and dispose of the copyright in the Work in the Assignee's own name. 4. Attorney's Fees Should either party hereto, or any heir, personal representative, successor or assign of either party hereto, resort to litigation to enforce this Agreement, the party prevailing in...

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1.What is the copyright? Copyright is like a legal which is used to protect the original creators’ rights. It is one expression of the intellectual property. 2. What is the intellectual property? Intellectual property is the vast legal concept which is used to preserve the creators’ profits. Not only the material product, but also includes the immaterial product. Such as the melody, computer games and music. 3. Copyright works in Australia We do not need to register copyright. Because there...

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Trademark, Copyright

thereof. What is copyright? Copyright is a right given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings. In fact, it is a bundle of rights including, inter alia, rights of reproduction, communication to the public, adaptation and translation of the work. There could be slight variations in the composition of the rights depending on the work. Why should copyright be protected? Copyright ensures certain minimum...

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Copyright Infringement

Have you ever been to an old hole-in-the-wall restaurant or bar on karaoke night and sang your favorite Billboard hit? Well, I have. Did you know the music and lyrics you are singing with is an act of copyright infringement if not licensed by the publisher? In fact, even if the music is coming from an mp3 player containing songs downloaded from iTunes whereas you legally “purchased” the material, you still yet must be licensed, if rights are owned, to play for your restaurant and/or bar. Additionally...

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Copyright Report. Unit 39

ASSIGNMENT 4 TASK 2: COPYRIGHT REPORT Unit 39 - The Sound and Music Industry GC5. Copyrighting and licensing are critical avenues for rewarding creative skills and achievements within the sound and music industry and securing the future development of new music. The PRS (Performing Arts Society) has been licensing music and collecting royalties on behalf of music creators since it started in 1914. In 2010 the PRS announced its 2009 financial results showing a £623 million revenue. The table...

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Fashion Copyright: good or bad?

in the last 20 years, and, under US and various foreign governments, are explicitly illegal due to the use of a copyrighted logo. But logos, name brands, and signature prints are the only elements of designer fashions that the US protects under copyright law. Patents are only granted to works that separate beyond their purpose of serving as clothing. Stores like Zara are producing not only replica bags without logos, but identical garments in shape, texture, color, and cut for up to a 98% cheaper...

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Triangle and Holt Geometry Copyright

the old city. Find m CBD. Find the value of x. 9. 82° 40 10. 67 Complete Exercises 11–13 in order to find m ECF. _ 11. Find m DHG. (Hint: DF is a straight segment.) 12. Find mEF. 13. Find m ECF. 96° 134° 38° Holt Geometry Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. 35 Name LESSON Date Class Practice B 11-5 Angle Relationships in Circles Find each measure. 1. m ABE mBC 64° 96° 2. m LKI mIJ 119° 42° 3. m RPS 130° ...

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Copyright Violation

A23, Side 1 af 3 COPYRIGHT VIOLATION AND ILLEGAL DOWNLOADING 1. Give an outline of the attitudes to copyright violation and illegal downloading as presented in text 1 and 3. Peter Sunde describes in text 1 how the internet is being controlled by a corrupt industry. He describes an incident he had with his co-founders for The Pirate Bay (TPB). TPB allows people to share and download music and movies regardless of copyright laws. They were convicted of contributory copyright infringement. But the...

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Copyrights and Patents

artists who are trying to protect their creations. Scanners have made it very easy to duplicate images instantly. The creator must apply for a copyright in order to be able to sue for fraud. Images that are not copyrighted are in the public domain. Also, copyrights expire 50 years after the creator's death. (Baer 163) China plays a major role in copyright piracy. Officials estimate that China exports about $827 million dollars a year of impostor products. An example of this is shampoo with a...

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