Copyrights Piracy On The Internet

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What do you mean by Copyright? Copyright is the form of safety provided by laws of United States to authors of the “unique works of authorship” that includes dramatic, musical, literary, creative, and architectural with few other logical works.

This safety is accessible to be published as well as unpublished works.
Material in “public domain” is rational property, which will not come under the copyright laws.
Almost all work prior to 20th Century is not at all copyrighted. United States Copyright Office has placed together very clear summaries of copyrights.

If you have made some original work, and you have published it online, you are automatically granted the copyright to that particular work. Others might not make use of your work apart from very clear rule, established in law, though you did not file for copyright at US Copyright Office. If your work is copied as well as published online by the copyright infringe, then there are some remedies accessible. They are cheap and simple to use. If you wish to recover certain damages against somebody who has dishonored your copyright, you have to register your work with US Copyright Office or if somebody has copied as well as republished your content, plus you want to discontinue their web page from emerging on Google, Yahoo, MSN, and other search engines, or else you want to have their website taken down from the Internet this are good enough in the majority cases.

Internet and Copyright:
“The Internet is characterized as one of the largest dangers to copyright from its inception. Internet is soaked in information, lots of with unstable degrees of copyright security. The copyrighted works on Net comprise of news stories, graphics, pictures, novels, screenplays, software, Usenet text and email. In fact, frightening actuality is that about everything on Net is secluded by the copyright law. That can cause problems for unfortunate surfer.

What is secluded on WWW?
Unique underlying design of the Web page and contents includes original text, audio, video, links, graphics, html, vrml as well as other exclusive markup language series. List of different Web sites compiled by the individual or organization and all the other unique elements, which make up original nature of a material.

When making a Web page, you will be able to link to some other Web sites you can use free graphics on the Web page. If graphics are not presented as “free,” they must not be copied devoid of permission.

When making a Web page, you will not be able to put contents of some other person’s or groups website on your particular Web page. You can copy and paste information as one from different Internet sources in order to make “your own” article. Slot in other people’s material, like e-mail, in your personal document, without any permission. Also forward someone else e-mail to a different recipient without permission. Change context or edit somebody else’s digital correspondence in such a way that it changes the entire meaning.

Lots of aspects on the issue of copyright as well as Internet have still not determined. This information, should serve as very useful guide in order to help you stay away from violation of the copyright rules and pitfalls of unintentionally plagiarizing somebody else’s material.

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SOPA = Less Liberty and more Robo-Justice For All
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SOPA, aka the Protect IP Act, will bring Less Liberty and Robo-Justice for All.

Senator Ron Wyden’s "SOPA Statement Warns of Severe Repercussions to a Free and Open Internet if Bills are Passed"

You can read a Senate version of the bill in this PDF.

Sculpture of the "Spirit of Justice" from the Great Hall, 2nd floor of the Department of Justice in Washington D.C. The artist, Carl Paul Jennewein, created this aluminum sculpture in 1935. The dimensions are 12′ 6" tall x 48" in diameter. The CC image used in this post is from my Flickr photostream. The source for this image of the "Spirit of Justice" is a another great photo by Carol M. Highsmith and available via the Library of Congress.

The image has been cropped, exposure increased, contrast increased, and the color is adjusted. The "Spirit of Justice" is holding a web page of the Protect IP Act pdf.

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