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    In my own knowledge, fair use is one of the concept of intellectual property right, and it is a kind of unauthorized imitation in order to be used for certain protective purposes. Basically, it is used in some academic works such as essay, jounal or report etc. The definition of fair use refers to any copying of copyrighted materials done and transformative purpose. Also, according to the book of Invention, Copyright, and Digital Writing, the 2010 Joint Strategic Plan did acknowledge the importance of fair use and protecting the ability to exchange information for purposes of teaching and learning, which shown fair use benefit the academic using for the education. However, some may use this right to parody. For example, copying some confidential information in some large-scale project in some enterprises or…

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    And then, second idea would be using Rights of property. Of course, it look like the same with first part but it would focus on different problem in the law. It would be related to the tort. The tort was a problem which the company can’t avoid now. And, Tort often occurs almost as an established fact in this era of diversified competition and frequent vicious competition, so company’s intellectual property right would be more and more important because it would be most power weapon for firm when…

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    Ethical Ethics Of Epipen

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    The reason behind it all boils down to intellectual property rights. Meanings they own the rights to create such medicine and no one can either make it quite the same or no one else can make it at all; depends on the patents at hand. For example, with the Epipen; Mylan owns ninety percent of the epinephrine industry which means they control mostly what happens with epinephrine and what not. They 've created a monopoly because they are the deciding factor to drugs like the EpiPen. It 's kind of…

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    The definition of Intellectual Property Rights is an invention created from a person or company’s idea which is then patented for the legal rights to the concept. The apex of the amalgamation of Intellectual Property Rights and the global south is during a September 1986 meeting with the GATT member states in Punta del Este, Uruguay. The Quad (United States, Europe, Canada, and Japan) wanted to push an idea during the eight round of discussions that, “to preserve as much as possible their…

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    Linda was a composer in South Africa who recorded a song that would change the world. Once he produced this song, it crossed the Atlantic Ocean where it was transformed into The Lion Sleeps Tonight. This song then found its way into The Lion King, and made millions of dollars for Disney, but only provided $1 for Linda. He would later go on to die from his illnesses that could have been treated if he was provided proper compensation for his song. Sunder blames Linda’s death on Disney and their…

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    Tmpa Case Study

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    relocated to Nauru. This case brought up two issues relating to the law of the sea, namely; the duty to give assistance and the right to innocent passage (both discussed above). The flag state of Tampa was Norway and it claimed that Australia had violated the right of innocent passage, had refused entry into its territorial sea and breached Article 24(1) of UNCLOS. However, Australia argued that this passage was a clear violation of its laws on immigration, a field over which it has…

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    Baba told him “When you kill a man, you steal a life… You steal his wife’s right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness” (Hosseini 18). Because Amir yearned for that emotional connection with his father, he constantly searched for ways to get his approval. Baba considered Amir to be weak and someone who could not stand up for himself, which is opposite from Hassan. Near the beginning…

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    Ahmanson Theatre Analysis

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    Currently, the Ahmanson Theatre which is owned by the Center Theatre Group is displaying the National Theatre Production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time. This production is based off the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in The Night-Time by Mark Haddon and was adapted into a play by Simon Stephens. The play is about the coming-of-age of an autistic teenager by the name of Christopher John Francis Boone who tries to solve the mystery of who killed his neighbor’s dog.…

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    with the story and make corrections if need be. Roush makes his last point very clear that In the future, in order to be successful we can't be afraid to ask and receive help from others. He says “Most professors, even at big complicated universities, are there for you if you need them, but you will have to ask.” (Roush, pg. 1) Commentary/Support 2: Myself, being a senior in high school, I still get apprehensive about asking a teacher about a question i might have. In the essay Roush says it's…

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    Christopher Boone a fifteen year old diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, believes in thinking logically but does not always behave so. The Merriam Webster Dictionary defines logic as “a proper or reasonable way of thinking about or understanding something”. The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time written by Mark Haddon is about a teenage boy who attempts to unfold the mystery of who killed his neighbor's dog and uncovers other mysteries related to his deceased mother. Christopher's…

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