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Tag Archives: Copyright
If you Have a Contaminated P2p Network Program on your Computer you Have Violated US Copyright Laws – Landmark Case in Arizona
“This precedent setting ruling by Judge Neil V. Wake will provide the legal foundation for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) to more aggressively stop individuals from distributing unauthorized copyrighted music over Peer-to-Peer networks,” said CEO & Chairman Safwat … Continue reading
People just love watching movies. What with the latest blockbuster hit Avatar sinking Titanic in terms of gross revenue. With that said, it is indeed a profitable venture to engage in movie-related businesses on the internet. It is no surprise … Continue reading
The music and movie industry is bilked out of millions of dollars every year because people have found ways to download music and movies from their computers. Instead of using them just for their own private collection, they make copies … Continue reading
The Indian Copyright Law under the Indian Copyright of 1957 is the true manifestation of the Berne Convention of Copyrights, of which India is an active member. Moreover, India is also a dynamic member of World Intellectual Property Organization, Geneva. … Continue reading
Copyright infringement is a hot button issue for anyone whose work might be termed “intellectual property.” Working within the creative sphere, anyone who finishes a piece of work and can be said to have “created” it, will justifiably have reason … Continue reading