Presentation on theme: "7. The Teach Act 1. Infringement 3. Public Domain 9. Permission 5. Orphan Works 4. Web Content 10. Liabilities Copyright 2. Plagiarism 6. Fair Use 8. Video."— Presentation transcript:
7. The Teach Act 1. Infringement 3. Public Domain 9. Permission 5. Orphan Works 4. Web Content 10. Liabilities Copyright 2. Plagiarism 6. Fair Use 8. Video
Infringement Copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is: Reproduced Distributed Performed Publicly displayed Made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.
Plagiarism happens when we use someone else's words or ideas and pass them off as your own. Plagiarism http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/p/plagi arism.asp
Public Domain Works in the public domain are: Works with ineligible for copyright protection Works with expired copyrights Works which authors have authorized for public use
Web Content Neither publication nor a notice of any kind is required to protect works today. Any works on the internet are immediately copyrighted.
Orphan Works Are those whose copyright owner is not found! Works cannot be released until the owner is found.
Fair Use Fair use is the most significant limitation on the copyright holder's exclusive rights. The individual must decide whether the use of a work is fair weighing the four factors below: The purpose and character of the use The nature of the copyrighted work The amount and substantiality of the portion used The effect of use on the potential market for the copyrighted work
The Teach Act Educators may use the works without limits or permission, provided work is a lawful copy, when used for: Scholarships Research Teaching Criticism Reporting
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Permission For permission to use a copyrighted work: Ask the owner for permission Call library of congress and they can provide information for $165 for two hour search. Free search for owners of a work at Library of Congress.
The infringer pays the actual dollar amount of damages and profits. The law provides a range from $200 to $150,000 for each work infringed. The Infringer pays for all attorneys fees and court costs. The Court can issue an injunction to stop the infringing acts. The Court can impound the illegal works. The infringer can go to jail. Liabilities for Copyright Infringement
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