Presentation on theme: " Definition: The use of protected work under the copyright law without proper acknowledgement or permission. › Infringement-The act of breaking terms."— Presentation transcript:
Definition: The use of protected work under the copyright law without proper acknowledgement or permission. › Infringement-The act of breaking terms of the law agreement Example: reproduction, displaying others work, and derivative works
Section 106 of Copyright- The right to reproduce or distribute a copyright work. In the file sharing context, downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement.
Copyright Penalties Civil Pay Actual Damages $750-$30,000 Pay Statutory Damages $750- $30,000 Criminal- 5 years imprisonment or fines $250,000 per fine Willful Damages $150,000
The act in which the production of work may be considered fair to use for certain purposes. ResearchTeachingNews reporting
The purpose of character use The nature of copyrighted work The amount of copyrighted material used The affect on the market
Is to determine if the use in question helps to stimulate creativity for the general public or supersede the objects for reason of profit. VS. Transformative Derivative
Students should be allowed to use certain types of media in their classroom for certain research and general projects. PBL foster the affects for generalized research for student progression Students should be taught the proper procedure for citing the works of others when using any type of media. Copyrighted material also has a time limit in which teachers should make their students aware of.
FREE Educators should assume everything is copyrighted. If they decide to use quotes within their presentation, they must give credit where credit is due. There is a word limit of 250 words for poetry and 3 poems at one time
Educators do not have to obtain permission to use films with in the classroom for educational purposes. Educators may not alter the clips or movies in any fashion for personal gain.
Television programs can be used within the classroom simple because they fall into the fair use realm. The basics include but or not limited to: Only programs that are available to the general public can be taped. Material that is only available to cable networks many not be used Teachers should ask the school to tape materials that are useful to education. There is only a limited amount of copies that can be made. Alterations cannot be made to the original tape. There is a 10 business day limit and 45 at the max.
Determine if permission is needed Identify owner Identify rights Contact owner to determine if there is a negotiable price Get permission in writing
Fair use ends when the creator loses control of their product If the image is for sell under Fair use guidelines, then the person seeking to use it must purchase the image If it is not for sell the person can copy the image if it is available. › But one must check periodically to see if the image ever falls into copyright phases.