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    individual or corporation. According to Richard A. Epstein, in his book titled, “The Creators Own Ideas”, he suggests that since we have private rights in land for a community we therefore should have rights to protect the intellectual products of others. Furthermore, the intellectual products which are created for entertainment, education, or professional uses should not be replicated in which multiple versions would devalue the original. When an an artist or creator, creates a specific…

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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 prices…

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    Plagiarism In Australia

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    other person. This will be demonstrated through the discussion of issues that may be cause due to plagiarism. Issues included for the person are the breach of trust for Students, teachers, customers and employees, Legal will go into detail of intellectual property. The important of referencing will also be highlighted , along with ways of avoiding plagiarism which are quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing. There are 6 different types of plagiarism and its…

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    Introduction In this essay, the reader will understand how a copyright serve as a form of protection that is provided by the laws of the United States. Additionally, full explanation why copying software and other resources are called piracy and intellectual property (IP) will be made known to the reader. Finally, my professional code of ethics as a business person will be diligently explained to your understanding as the reader. Explain Why Copyright Laws are Important in Today’s Business…

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    The plan pertains to the proposed Digi Tech Home Automation will stock, produce and design and install lighting automation, automated locks, building management systems, fingerprint locks and CCTV cameras. Moreover, it provides advisory services for wholesalers and other clients. The retail store is at its initial stage and will receive full operation and commercialization by mid-year. We shall also offer maintenance services for its installed systems at least cost and discounted prices. Apart…

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    Utilitarian theorists generally endorse the creation of intellectual property rights as a means to foster innovation. The rights are permitted for a limited duration of time in order balance the social welfare loss of monopoly exploitation the protection of utilitarian works, particularly, technological inventions. Principally, the social value of utilitarian works lies in their ability to perform tasks (for example, a better can opener) or satisfy desires more effectively or at lower costs.…

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    Counterfeiting And Piracy

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    and it now represents some five to eight percent of total world trade (Balfour, 2005) The extent of counterfeiting is suggested by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) report, which indicates that contravention of intellectual property rights worldwide was responsible for US$200 billion in lost jobs, taxes, and sales for the year 2005. (OECD, 2007). The act of counterfeiting not only affects the economy as a whole but the brand image of luxury brands too.…

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    How To End Copyright Laws

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    Since the invention of the printing press made copies of works easily reproducible there has been worry by content creators about having their works copied for someone else's financial gain. Through time other mediums have been introduced with song, films and books all now at risk of being copied and the creator having their work stolen and not having any financial compensation. But with the advent of laws to protect works and their creators, a fine line has developed between protecting original…

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    Introduction I have been asked to provide a legal opinion for Tony in regards to copyright infringement. The issues are whether there can be any actions taken against, Alice, James, Local Political Candidate, or the Television Station. To assess Tony 's likelihood of success against these individuals and organisations we need to consider the relevant authorities and their application to each case at hand. Once this has occurred any defenses will be raised and assessed in turn to each individual.…

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    we go throughout each and every day is most likely determined by our responsibilities. I am going to give you a couple of responsibilities that we can use in our daily lives. They are Personal Responsibility, Ethics, Integrity, respect for Intellectual Property, Give Appropriation from the Internet, and Identify ways to Rephrase to Avoid Plagiarism. The first idea that I am going to talk about is personal responsibility. This is a important thing in all of our lives. This is how we go…

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