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    Steal This Music Summary

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    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 to…

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    Intellectual assets are important drivers of wealth creation and competitive advantages. Boeing’s human and social capital, technology, and intellectual property rights all contribute to value of the company. Human capital is the foundation of intellectual capital at any firm. Boeing’s employees make the company possible. Employees are hired for their specific set of skills that will allow them to excel in a certain position. While these capabilities are obviously necessary, Boeing expects more…

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    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 they…

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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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    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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    Coca-Cola 's External Technology Assessment and Acquisition (ETA) programs have achieved a broad range of innovations for the company aimed at lowering production costs and maximizing profits (Flynn & Okuonzi, 2016). The company’s 3M Technologies Light Tube Technology creates improved and new lighting for the coolers. The technology is expected to double the company’s chilled space without increasing its carbon footprint. Additionally, it would reduce the coolers’ energy requirements, thereby…

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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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    Zara Identity Analysis

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    identity is able to become both palpable and shareable with the general public. The creative industries are defined by three components: “[one,] human creativity; [two], they are vehicles for symbolic messages…and [three], they contain… some intellectual property that belongs to an individual or a group” (Davies and Sigthorsson, 1). The fast fashion industry satisfies this definition through providing the masses with highly accessible clothing that aids in differentiating one from his/her peers.…

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    Culture Of Piracy

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    engages in online piracy, and why they choose to do so. Steal This Film paints an image of a new generation of pirates. Through the interviews, they make it seem as if piracy is an issue created by a brave new generation that does not believe in intellectual property protection. Moreover, some of the interviewees argue that we pirate simply because it is in our nature to do so. They argue that online piracy is simply a result of a new generation getting back in touch with who we are as humans.…

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