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3 The Project  The purpose of the project is to create an interactive lesson to review/reinforce the concept of illegal file sharing and its consequences.  Students will identify copyright basics and the legal, technical and personal consequences of P2P file sharing.  The audience is a ninth grade Technology Literacy class.

4 Learning Objectives-METS The learning objectives in the project are aligned to the METS of Digital Citizenship which include the following:  Identification and discussion of long term affects of unethical uses of technology on cultures and society  Identify ways to protect their technology systems  Discuss and adhere to fair use and copyright guidelines

5 Introduction

6 Uploading, Downloading, File Sharing…… What’s the big deal here? The Internet is free and I should be able to share or use anything I want! What do you think? Click on your choice.

7 You Agree??????!!!!!!!!! Have you been sleeping in class?? WAKE UP BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE

8 Let’s Think About It! Great Choice!! Let’s take a look at the different areas of copyright basics, P2P file sharing and digital piracy.

9 Here’s The Info……. Copyrights Copyright BasicsWhy Copyright?Intellectual PropertyYour CopyrightsFair UsePublic Domain P2P Peer to Peer Illegal File SharingLegal Download SitesDownloaded SurprisesConsequences of P2P Piracy How does it work?Do The Right Thing! First, click on the buttons below to review the topics. Let’s Get Started With Downloaded with Danger

10 Copyright Basics  Copyright is the legal right given ONLY to the creator of that work (book, song, play, etc) to reproduce, edit copies, distribute, sell, perform or display it.  The work must be in a tangible form to be protected or copyrighted.tangible

11 Tangible  A piece of work is considered tangible when it is in a form that can be touched or saved.  Some examples: Books, documents, anything saved to a disk or an audio/video device

12 Intellectual Property  Intellectual property is a creative idea that comes from your mind. It is intangible. intangible  The best way to describe it would be a “GREAT IDEA”

13 Intangible  When something is intangible, it means that you cannot physically touch it.  A GREAT IDEA is intangible because you cannot touch it. It cannot be copyrighted.  If you want to protect your work, you must save it physically or electronically.

14 Your Copyrights  Your work is automatically copyrighted when you put it into a tangible form. You do not need to register it, but it is recommended that you use the © symbol.tangible  If you want to officially register your copyright to protect your work, go to or click on the “How to” button below.

15 Why Copyrights?????  Protecting creative works keeps the creative juices flowing.  How would you feel if someone took your ideas and used them without giving you credit?? Or even worse….sold them for $$$$$$$$$$$$!

16 Fair Use  Fair use is the legal exception to copyright. It allows for the “fair use” of copyrighted materials for the purpose of education, commenting, criticism or research.  WARNING: The amount of copyrighted work that you may use is very limited, you must give credit and you may not display the work publicly.

17 Public Domain  Creative works fall into Public Domain when they are not protected by copyrights. Check out “Is It Protected by Copyright?”  The amount of materials available in the Public Domain is limited.

18 P2P File Sharing  P2P, or peer to peer, file sharing is the use of software that allows computers to communicate directly with each other.  People with file sharing software can directly access each other’s computer to copy or download files without permission!

19 Illegal File Sharing Let’s figure out what files are illegal to share and what the consequences might be for our actions. Psst….I have a copy of that movie that just came out. Want to watch it on my computer?

20 Legal & Illegal File Sharing  It is legal to share files that are not copyrighted.  Illegal file sharing is the electronic transfer or sharing of copyrighted materials such as songs, movies or computer software.

21 Legal Download Sites  Click on the button below to go to the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) website to find movies and TV shows that can be downloaded.  This website from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) offers links to legal music sources. Legal Movie and TV Websites Legal Music Sites

22 Downloaded Surprises  When you download from a P2P software program, you can also download viruses, spyware, key logging software and embedded pornography.  Check out OnGuard OnlineOnGuard Online

23 Consequences of P2P  The legal consequences of illegal downloading can result in legal fees, fines and even jail time. Matt Buck’s Hack Cartoon Diary Illegal Filesharing – cartoon October 14, 2009

24 Piracy  Shiver me timbers! Piracy isn’t what it use to be.  In the digital age, piracy is the illegal copying, distribution and electronic transfer of copyrighted materials. Simply, it is stealing and it is a crime!

25 Consequences of P2P  The legal consequences of illegal downloading can result in legal fees, fines and even jail time. Matt Buck’s Hack Cartoon Diary Illegal Filesharing October 14, 2009

26 How Does Piracy Work? MPAA’s Pyramid of Internet Piracy.

27 Do The Right Thing! Go to the site- “Define The Line” and find the TOP 10 reasons for not illegally pirating or downloading.“Define The Line” Take the quiz “Is It LEGAL!! ILLEGAL” How did you do??“Is It LEGAL!! ILLEGAL”

28 Everything on the Internet is in the Public Domain and can be copied for free! Click here to try again!  TrueFalse Great Answer!

29 Everything on the Internet is in the Public Domain and can be copied for free! TrueFalse Great Answer!

30 NO © Notice…….. You can download or copy any music or movie or video if it doesn’t have a © symbol. TrueFalse No  ! Not all copyrighted materials have the © Good job! Not all copyrighted material have the ©

31 Sharing………. It’s okay to share my MP3 files with my friends because after all I am not charging them. Besides, I paid for the music so I can do what I want with it. TrueFalse Try Again  Great Answer!

32 Sharing………. It’s okay to share my MP3 files with my friends because after all I am not charging them. Besides, I paid for the music so I can do what I want with it. TrueFalse Great Answer!

33 Fair Use I bought the best selling CD and now I am going to put it on my computer and my MP3 player. That’s legal right? TrueFalse Try Again Try Again  Good job! You can use your music on your own players.

34 Fair Use I bought the best selling CD and now I am going to put it on my computer and my MP3 player. That’s legal right? TrueFalse Good job! You can use your music on your own players.

35 Torrent Technology If I use torrent technology (BitTorrent, LimeWire) to download a movie or software, no one will ever know what I am downloading because the data comes from so many different computers or IP addresses. TrueFalse Try Again Try Again  Great Answer! There is technology that will identify your specific computer address.

36 Torrent Technology If I use torrent technology (BitTorrent, LimeWire) to download a movie or software, no one will ever know what I am downloading because the data comes from so many different computers or IP addresses. TrueFalse Great Answer! There is technology that will identify your specific computer address.

37 $$$$ of Illegal Downloading When I download music from LimeWire, it really doesn’t hurt anyone. The musicians make a ton of money from their recording contracts and concerts. TrueFalse Think again! Click here Click here to see a breakdown on where the money goes. Awesome! You know your copyrights!

38 $$$$ of Illegal Downloading When I download music from LimeWire, it really doesn’t hurt anyone. The musicians make a ton of money from their recording contracts and concerts. TrueFalse Awesome! You know your copyrights!

39 Cost of a CD Where the money goes for a new album with a list price of $15.99: $0.17 Musicians’ unions $0.80 Packaging/manufacturing $0.82 Publishing royalties $0.80 Retail profit $0.90 Distribution $1.60 Artists’ royalties $1.70 Label profit $2.40 Marketing/promotion $2.91 Label overhead $3.89 Retail overhead “Wal-Mart Wants $10 CDs” Biggest U.S. record retailer battles record labels over prices Warren Cohen Rolling Stone, Oct 12, 2004 According to the Recording Industry Association of America RIAA, music piracy results in the loss of over $12 billion. ysicalpiracy.php

40 Play the Games! Let’s see what you have learned!


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