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    Unit 30 Digital Graphics P6 Explain potential legal implications of using and editing graphical images In this task I am going to explain the potential legal implications of using and editing graphical images. If you are using any image which is not yours then you should make sure you find out the photos you are using who owns it. You need permissions to use that image if it is not yours if you do not have permissions and you use it than you will have to face legal problems and can get you in a…

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    The Fair Use Doctrine

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    The Fair Use Doctrine defines ways of how the public can use small portions of copyright material without the fear of consequences. Fair Use is a set of guidelines that informs people how to prevent copyright infringement and can defend a person at a copyright infringement trial. The five tests for analyzing Fair Use are Transformative Factor, nature of the copyright work, the amount and substantiality of the portion used, the effect of the use upon the potential market, and the moral judgement…

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    Copyright law states that works of original expression may receive a copyright, allowing the recipient to restrict use reproduction and distribution of the work. The breadth of copyright pertains to the uses one is allowed without authorization by the author. The issue of what may be copyrighted has required both legislating and court interpretation. Oracle must develop an integrated strategy to fight back and need to be successful in getting Rimini Street cover all the damages due to lost…

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    obtain the highest form of “book smart” while using my observations of street smarts from him. Therefore, I agree to the extent that schools should incorporate the students’ passions into scholarly subjects to help transition the “rudiments of the intellectual life” within the main subjects in school, but not with his idea about “developing classroom units on sports, cars, fashions, rap music, and other such topics,” (Graff, 64). Schools should not create classroom units based on popular culture…

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    students harbor intellectual resources that go untapped by formal schooling. According to Graff, book smarts may take various forms and hide in what is commonly referred to as “street smarts”, hence the phrase “hidden” intellectualism (Cooke, 2013). For this…

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    assume that it’s possible to wax intellectual about Plato,…

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    and toughness…I was practicing being an intellectual before I knew that was what I wanted to be” (383). Through the analysis of street smart subjects, Graff discovers the basics of critical thinking. Thus, Graff is living proof that street smarts have intellectual depth. This in turn, reinforces the reader’s earlier insights and solidifies Graff’s argument by molding credibility with logic.…

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    The first Law on Industrial Property in Iran was in 1925, which came into force from 1926 and Registration Authority was working under the Ministry of agriculture, trade and public services. Trademarks were recorded in a journal called the Journal of Agriculture (published from August 22, 1928) in order of insertion of registration number. For the first time in Iran patent law and its civil and criminal protection applied in 1931 and the grant of the relevant license were assigned to the…

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    General Directorate of Intellectual Property…

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    issue and modify classroom teachiwhether or not a person with a highly evolved “street smarts” and who does poorly in an academic environment should be considered any less intellectual than one who is well acclimated to academia and categorized as an excellent student On the one hand gerald graff argues that “real intellectuals turn any subject how ever lightweight it may seem, into gist for their mill through the thoughtful questions they bring to it. Whereas a dullard will find a way to…

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