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    Anderson excelled in using quotes. He used the quotes from different people in his paper. One quote in his article that really stuck out to me was a quote by Sonny Bunch that stated, “The purpose of intellectual property created by artists so they are rewarded for their efforts. The purpose of intellectual property law is to punish people who steal that which isn’t theirs.” (661) It gives an overview of what the author’s opinion is towards the subject. Anderson clearly stood on the side of the…

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    Fae Music Case Study

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    The issues are (i) whether Eason and Faye are partners of FAE Music; (ii) whether they are liable for breach of contract with (a) studio musicians and (b) Andy, for (c) copyright infringement against Andy and (d) destruction of the recording equipment; and (iii) if yes, whether they can share the liabilities with Ringo. Partnership Faye, Adele and Eason signed a written agreement providing for each of them to share the business’ profits and defining their respective responsibilities in FAE…

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    Groupon Business Analysis

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    internationally is risky. Licensing is uncertain because intellectual property protection may not be available in every country, and domain name regulations may not protect the company’s trademarks and other proprietary rights (Groupon). Consequently, the company may not be able to prevent third parties from acquiring and using similar domain names and registering its trademarks. Thus, third parties that license the company’s intellectual property rights may diminish the value of the company’s…

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    Stop Bea! Do you know what you're doing? I bet you didn't know your deplorable online pirating habit affects everyone, including you! Although Australia has delayed releases of television shows and movies, this is no excuse for Australians being the world’s worst infringers of online copyright (Hayes, Alex, 2015). Bea: So what is copyright? It’s the legal right given to creators of original works to exclusively use or distribute their works for a limited time. It thereby provides creators of…

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    Christopher Misunderstand

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    Christopher is a 15 year old boy with a mild form of autism called Asperger's. Due to his disorder, many people who know Christopher think he is dependent on others and often assume that he is not as smart as the average kid. In fact, Christopher is actually a gifted mathematician and very independent. Christopher actually prefers to be on his own and independent. People misunderstand Christopher because of his disability. Most people just assume that Christopher is incapable of being…

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    the DMCA is broken, simply because the creators of the intellectual property do not seem to be as protected as the people who are potentially infringing, or that companies like YouTube can have others work on their site, simply by claiming it isn’t their fault. This is not true. In fact, the DMCA often protects copyright holders work. MGM Studios, Inc. v. Grokster is a perfect example of this. In 2005, a small conglomeration of intellectual property holders sued file sharing site Grokster after…

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    large storehouse of information for about a variety of topics, which they can recall quickly. Gifted students generally have unusual talent in one or occasionally two areas. The six areas where they find giftedness is creative thinking, general intellectual ability, specific academic ability, leadership, psychomotor and visual/performing arts. No child will be gifted in all six areas, but some may be in more than one…

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    Steal This Music Summary

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    from Princeton and a DMA in contemporary flute performance form UC San Diego in 2002. She has published two books, many articles and essays, and is currently working on two more books. Demers work focuses on 20th and 21st century popular music and intellectual property rights as she contributes significantly to these communities. Steal This Music is divided into four decisive chapters with a preceding introduction that traces the evolution of copyright law from its original meaning of “the right…

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    Nonverbal Assessments

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    There is no single perfect resource that will provide everything an identification committee needs to calculate a child’s potential for success. There are multiple circumstances, criteria, and assessments that should used taken into account when determining if a child is gifted, including nonverbal assessments. These tests are not without fault, and there are many of critiques about the use of nonverbal measures of intelligence. While, they should not be the only indicator of future achievement,…

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    There is a lack of research examining the impact of TRIPS on capitalization levels of markets (DiVita, 2014) and causation of piracy in developed nations (Story, Darch, & Halbert, 2006). I am not suggesting that Intellectual property rights should be removed as an institution; it is vital, however, that IP monopolies are restricted and balanced, more in alignment with article 7 of the TRIPS agreement. There are many ways that this can be achieved, including, keeping…

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