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    Illustrators and artists should be allowed to use photographs under the copyright “Fair Use” without having to pay any royalties to, or ask permission from to the original photographer or copyright holder. If the new work is transformative of the original photograph, then artists should be able to use photographs in their work because they serve as inspiration just as other art forms do. Shepard Fairey was born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1970 (“Obey Giant” CV). He graduated with a B.A.…

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    an actually genre on the grounds that a mixer is using other people’s work. Mixing is actually a widely practices art form of music that in certain circles is in fact recognized as an art form. If much of the public stays close-minded on those who use other people’s music to create a new sound and only consider them to be plagiarists, this genre of music won’t be able to go anywhere. If mixers they are able to create a new sound using sounds from different sources that, even if still be…

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    Khan Academy, n.d. Web. “SOPA, PIPA: What You Need to Know." CBSNews. CBS Interactive, n.d. Web. Oct. 2014. "SOPA/PIPA: Internet Blacklist Legislation." Electronic Frontier Foundation. N.p., n.d. Web. Oct. 2014. Hobbs, Renee. Copyright Clarity: How Fair Use Supports Digital Learning. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin, 2010. Print. Johns, Adrian. "A General History of the Pirates." Piracy: The Intellectual Property Wars from Gutenberg to Gates. Chicago: U of Chicago, 2009. 1-16. Print. Vaidhyanathan,…

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    almost everyone, including the artists and composers, and/or the creator of this image or intellectual property, as well as the one who wants to download this composition, no matter the reason. There are exceptions, such as teaching purposes, ‘fair use’, 'public domain ', as well as for librarians. Ethics and legal concerns need to be considered prior to clicking the ‘download’ prompt. Although visual media is at our fingertips, photographs, and other intellectual property, though…

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    OTHER SECTION It is clear that Gaye’s composition on paper is protected, but it is also clear that the style Gaye’s composition reflects is an idea that is not protected, pursuant to section 102 (b). Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. §§ 102(b) (2012). The question then becomes, whether Appellants attempted to reflect the style of Gaye’s piece, or whether they attempted to build on an already completed composition to create a derivative song that paralleled the original, pursuant to section 103.…

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    raged many fans supporting Zimmerman’s defence as Disney claimed that the signature mouse ears used in Zimmerman’s logo was “nearly identical in appearance, connotation, and overall commercial impression” to their own “iconic” mouse ears which Disney uses in there ‘Mickey Mouse’ trademark. Although some may add that Disney have a binding case, recently Deadmau5’s lawyer clarified that the logo used by the famous DJ is already trademarked in over 30 countries around the world including major…

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    Authorial Intent In Liar

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    How the authorial intent affects the value is also dependent on whether or not the creator succeeded in their purpose, viz whether or not the reader can infer an intended meaning from the text thus the creator’s role is to make this intent effective to understand (Aagaard-Mogensen, 1986 p28). However, the view that there is only one meaning, and that others are incorrect and/or irrelevant limits the value that can be interpreted from the piece. Here the intentional fallacy comes into play, the…

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    Write a computer use policy. 1. Explain ethical computing PC morals is set of good rule that control the utilization of PCs (Christensson, 2006). Some regular issues of PC morals incorporate licensed innovation rights, (for example, copyrighted electronic substance), protection concerns, and how PCs influence society (Christensson, 2006). It’s unethical to access someone’s personal information on a computer (Christensson, 2006). As the universe of PCs advances, PC morals keeps on making moral…

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    Essay On Music Piracy

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    this, some artists such as Garth Brooks and Tool have stopped selling their music digitally so they can avoid their music being pirated. So again, the solution is simple, if someone can’t buy the music they should use streaming apps and services and if they can’t afford the services, then use them for free, the artist still gets paid. The only real problem with Spotify is that the artist only gets about 99 cents per play so if someone enjoys the artist enough and is willing to help support what…

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    'The law can never keep pace with technological change ' Area of Technology: Digital Copyright and the Law The role of law in regulating your area of technology The role of law in digital copyright is to ensure that the integrity of people’s work is upheld by ensuring their created content is not accessed nor distributed illegally. In the cases where copyright is infringed then it is the role of the law to ensure that the correct punishment is administered to the person or group that has…

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