Intellectual Property Essay

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The term Intellectual property (IP) is known as licensed or protected of one’s creativity or innovation that are fit for being protected under country law or worldwide treaties. Intellectual property protects drawing, movies music and other different creative and artistic works.
The term Copy right alludes to the official right given to the holder for the assurance of their unique works like model drawing, movies sounds or in an alternate word Copyright can be utilized to keep one gathering from duplicating the work of an alternate
The term Copy right alludes to the official right given to the manager for the insurance of their unique works like model drawing, movies sounds or in an alternate word Copyright can be utilized to keep one
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• To perform and play the work out in the public area.
• To communicate the work with general public:
• To make an adjustment of the work.
• To give authorization to someone else.

Some person may commit crime by copying or duplicating the others original work without legal authorization of the owner. So according to the law indicated by New Zealand government those criminals will be fined up to $ 150,000 or imprisonment for 5 years.
So being an independently employed musician, I feel truly satisfied by current intellectual property law in new Zealand because according to the copyright act 1994 the music composed by me are automatically protected in my name and it provides me following executive rights.
• Any time I have right to make duplicate copies of my work.
• To sell the copies of the recording in market.
• Play recording openly in public area.
• Give authorization to someone else to make duplicate copies and to sell in market.

To make duplicates of my music there are few unique circumstances in the Act where a man may duplicate a sound recording without authorization

To make duplicate copies of my music there are few special circumstances in the Act where a person may use sound recording without permission. These permissions
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Non organic music means the music which is played without permission of owner by fulfilling certain New Zealand government permission. There are no general exemptions from copyright laws for non-profit organisations or for private or domestic use. There are some special circumstances in the Copyright Act in which I may play non organic music without permission of the owner. These permitted acts include:-
• For private use
• For entertainment purpose.
• For feedback.
• For research and education.
• For open organization not for earning profit
According to the New Zealand copyright act 1994, playing music in openly in public without the permission of owner is illegal but by buying original music CD/DVD which has been sold legally to the market or downloading music from internet by paying the amount of copyright to the owner is legal. But playing music non-organic music in at cafe or wedding ceremony is for private use and for the purpose of entertainment so New Zealand government provides authorization to play non organic music for the purpose of entertainment private

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