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    Blown To Bits Analysis

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    Blown to Bits Chapter 6: Balance Toppled Summary: Chapter 6 of Blown to Bits is a very interesting chapter. Chapter six dives into the often undefined world of copyright rights in computing. Copyright laws allow people to have full rights over their creative works and ideas, but this concept does not translate very well into the world of technology. Because information can be transferred with unparalleled ease in the computing age, intentional and unintentional copyright violations have become…

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    TEXTBOOK OVERVIEW Intellectual property is a field of law that has been steadily growing and changing over the years as countless new inventions are patented and protected. Intellectual property is defined as “something that is literally created.” This can be applied in two major ways; that represented by a physical item, such as an invention of “equipment, or machinery”, and that represented by ideas, such as artwork, dance, and literature. This type of property is protected by patents and…

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    Fai Fair Use Law

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    Copyright law is defined as a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States to authors of “original works of authorship”. Copyright law is covered in Article 1 Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution. Article 1 of the Constitution as a whole involves freedom of speech. Fair use law is defined as a limitation and exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work. Fair use law is covered in Section 107 of the U.S. Constitution. A copyright is…

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    Twain Copyright Law

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    Mark Twain himself has said, “Only one thing is impossible for God: To find any sense in any copyright law on the planet”. This message sings true even today with the world’s current laws. Mark Twain would have no knowledge that his statement would be a sort of prophecy. Today’s copyright laws prevent the creativity of content creators all around the world. With laws prohibiting sharing of media and contradicting the laws of fair use, we as individuals are prevented from cultural exchanges and…

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    Louis Vuitton

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    Louis Vuitton: European V. American Fashion IP Rights This analysis intends to explain and compare, in a summary the way the intellectual property protection of high fashion brands and their creations in America and Europe and in particular, the protection that Louis Vuitton and its bags receive in both continents. The protection of fashion design and in particular, high fashion design has evolved in the last few decades; however, this evolution has not been homogeneously in all countries,…

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    As original as Isaac Newton may have been, even he recognized “if I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.” Ironically, he probably developed this idea based off of the thoughts of someone before him. Newton accurately describes the way our culture progresses; we build on the ideas of others. This idea of rehashing is further explained in Malcolm Gladwell 's article “Something Borrowed;” he urges his audience to stop pretending “that these chains of influence and…

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    MONETIZATION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS Intellectual Property Rights (“IPRs”) have played a significant part in the world’s economy map. It accounts for “almost 39% of total economic activity (GDP) in the EU” and “26% of all jobs in the EU – around 56 million direct jobs. With the addition of 20 million indirect jobs, one in three of all EU jobs – 35% of all jobs – rely on IPR intensive industries” . The main subject of IPR, Intellectual Property (“IP”) asset is normally defined as the…

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    With Freedom and Justice for All. In her book, From Goods to a Good Life – Intellectual Property and Global Justice, Madhavi Sunder explores the rich connections between cultural production and human freedom. Sunder states that, “Intellectual property does more than incentivize the production of more goods, the law fundamentally affects the ability of citizens to live a good life”. This book takes a look at intellectual property and develops an understanding that peers further than innovation,…

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    Academic Dishonesty In technically terms I have been academically dishonest on numerous occasions. Most of these being in high school. These instances have been mostly within my group of friends who are pressured by our parents to do as best we can in school. Our group had different specialties in which people would say we were complete “nerds” in. Since we were in similar classes and had our different specialties we would use each other as resources while doing assignments. Sometimes it was…

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    it. In addition, our artifact can show the difference and relationship of different related elements in various ways. First of all, copyright can gives patenting a protection. In my own knowledge, intellectual property, patents and copyright have a close relationship between each other. The intellectual which is the group of scholar, who usually do research and develop a new technology, their new technology usually listed to be patent, which is the monopoly in the whole market. For example,…

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