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1 Michael Gowers LLB(Hons) BA(Hons) PGCE TDLB

2 Ethics Unit Standard 5940

3 Ethics Unit Standard The ethical issues associated with the use of a personal computer application for desktop presentation are outlined. –Range:may include but is not limited to - copyright.

4 Ethics the study or the science of morals

5 Ethics the study or the science of morals rules or principles of behaviour

6 Ethics the study or the science of morals rules or principles of behaviour The rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or the conduct of the members of a profession.

7 Ethics the study or the science of morals rules or principles of behaviour The rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or the conduct of the members of a profession. the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group

8 Ethics the study or the science of morals rules or principles of behaviour The rules or standards governing the conduct of a person or the conduct of the members of a profession. the principles of conduct governing an individual or a group the principles of conduct governing an individual or a profession

9 Ethics Copyright

10 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act

11 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy

12 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy Plagiarism

13 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy Plagiarism Misrepresentation

14 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy Plagiarism Misrepresentation Passing Off

15 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy Plagiarism Misrepresentation Passing Off Truthful Accurate

16 Ethics Copyright Fair Trading Act Privacy Plagiarism Misrepresentation Passing Off Truthful Accurate

17 Copyright Seeks to protect the intellectual property created by an individual or a company to prevent another person from using it without permission.

18 Copyright Seeks to protect the intellectual property created by an individual or a company to prevent another person from using it without permission. Breaching copyright essentially steals someone else’s hard work and for this reason it is prohibited.

19 Copyright So to act in an ethical way you must obtain permission before you use other people’s pictures or text especially from the Internet.

20 Copyright So to act in an ethical way you must obtain permission before you use other people’s pictures or text especially from the Internet. The easiest way to do this is to the Webmaster and ask for permission.

21 Duration of Copyright Copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic work expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author dies.e.g.

22 Duration of Copyright Copyright in a literary, dramatic, musical, or artistic work expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the author dies.e.g. So Beethoven and Shakespeare’s’ work is free of copyright because they have been dead for over 50 years whereas U2 and Dan Brown’s work is subject to copyright because they are still alive.

23 Duration of Copyright If the work is computer-generated, copyright expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the work is made.

24 Duration of Copyright If the work is computer-generated, copyright expires at the end of the period of 50 years from the end of the calendar year in which the work is made. So we’ll have to wait fifty years before all that pirated and copied software we own becomes legal!

25 Infringement of copyright Actionable by the copyright owner. This means that the copyright owner has to start the court action- the Police or the government won’t do it for them. In proceedings for infringement of copyright, the copyright owner can claim an injunction to stop the person breaking the copyright and damages for the loss they have suffered.

26 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve sampled an orchestration on their song "Bittersweet Symphony" from The Rolling Stone's "The Last Time". Before the release of the CD, The Verve negotiated a licensing agreement with The Rolling Stones to use the sample In 1997, the CD became a worldwide hit. A bitter legal battle ensued resulting in The Verve turning over 100% of the royalties to the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones argued that The Verve had used too much of the sample in their song.

27 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve sampled an orchestration on their song "Bittersweet Symphony" from The Rolling Stone's "The Last Time". Before the release of the CD, The Verve negotiated a licensing agreement with The Rolling Stones to use the sample In 1997, the CD became a worldwide hit. A bitter legal battle ensued resulting in The Verve turning over 100% of the royalties to the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones argued that The Verve had used too much of the sample in their song.

28 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve sampled an orchestration on their song "Bittersweet Symphony" from The Rolling Stone's "The Last Time". Before the release of the CD, The Verve negotiated a licensing agreement with The Rolling Stones to use the sample In 1997, the CD became a worldwide hit. A bitter legal battle ensued resulting in The Verve turning over 100% of the royalties to the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones argued that The Verve had used too much of the sample in their song.

29 Bittersweet Symphony The Verve sampled an orchestration on their song "Bittersweet Symphony" from The Rolling Stone's "The Last Time". Before the release of the CD, The Verve negotiated a licensing agreement with The Rolling Stones to use the sample In 1997, the CD became a worldwide hit. A bitter legal battle ensued resulting in The Verve turning over 100% of the royalties to the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones argued that The Verve had used too much of the sample in their song.

30 Added Irony "Bittersweet Symphony" was nominated for a Grammy, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards from the Rolling Stones were named the nominees and not The Verve. What could be more "Bittersweet" than your song reaching the top of the charts and not being able to enjoy a cent of its success?

31 Fair Trading Act Prohibits misleading and deceptive conduct, false representations and unfair practices by people in trade. The Act covers all advertising and selling of goods and services. It does not cover private sales.

32 Fair Trading Act Prohibits misleading and deceptive conduct, false representations and unfair practices by people in trade. The Act covers all advertising and selling of goods and services. It does not cover private sales.

33 Fair Trading Act Prohibits misleading and deceptive conduct, false representations and unfair practices by people in trade. The Act covers all advertising and selling of goods and services. It does not cover private sales.

34 Misleading or deceptive conduct You apply for a job vacancy advertised in the newspaper, but you find it was placed by an employment agency to expand its pool of clients. You have been given the impression that there was a particular job available. You see an advertisement in the paper for brass bedheads. When you inspect them at the shop you find they are only brass plated. The advertisement misled you about what the bedhead was made of.

35 Misleading or deceptive conduct You apply for a job vacancy advertised in the newspaper, but you find it was placed by an employment agency to expand its pool of clients. You have been given the impression that there was a particular job available. You see an advertisement in the paper for brass bedheads. When you inspect them at the shop you find they are only brass plated. The advertisement misled you about what the bedhead was made of.

36 Misleading or deceptive conduct You apply for a job vacancy advertised in the newspaper, but you find it was placed by an employment agency to expand its pool of clients. You have been given the impression that there was a particular job available. You see an advertisement in the paper for brass bedheads. When you inspect them at the shop you find they are only brass plated. The advertisement misled you about what the bedhead was made of.

37 Misleading or deceptive conduct You apply for a job vacancy advertised in the newspaper, but you find it was placed by an employment agency to expand its pool of clients. You have been given the impression that there was a particular job available. You see an advertisement in the paper for brass bedheads. When you inspect them at the shop you find they are only brass plated. The advertisement misled you about what the bedhead was made of.

38 False Representations You buy a ring which the trader tells you is an antique diamond ring. You find out later that the ring is new and the stones are not real diamonds. The ring was not as old as was claimed, nor was it a diamond ring as claimed. You buy clothes labelled 'Made in France' but find they were made somewhere else. The goods were not made where the label claimed they were made.

39 False Representations You buy a ring which the trader tells you is an antique diamond ring. You find out later that the ring is new and the stones are not real diamonds. The ring was not as old as was claimed, nor was it a diamond ring as claimed. You buy clothes labelled 'Made in France' but find they were made somewhere else. The goods were not made where the label claimed they were made.

40 False Representations You buy a ring which the trader tells you is an antique diamond ring. You find out later that the ring is new and the stones are not real diamonds. The ring was not as old as was claimed, nor was it a diamond ring as claimed. You buy clothes labelled 'Made in France' but find they were made somewhere else. The goods were not made where the label claimed they were made.

41 False Representations You buy a ring which the trader tells you is an antique diamond ring. You find out later that the ring is new and the stones are not real diamonds. The ring was not as old as was claimed, nor was it a diamond ring as claimed. You buy clothes labelled 'Made in France' but find they were made somewhere else. The goods were not made where the label claimed they were made.

42 False Representations You buy a ring which the trader tells you is an antique diamond ring. You find out later that the ring is new and the stones are not real diamonds. The ring was not as old as was claimed, nor was it a diamond ring as claimed. You buy clothes labelled 'Made in France' but find they were made somewhere else. The goods were not made where the label claimed they were made.

43 Privacy Act 1993 The Privacy Act protects your right to individual privacy. All data except that held for personal, family, and household reasons is covered by the Privacy Act 1993.

44 Privacy Act 1993 The Privacy Act protects your right to individual privacy. All data except that held for personal, family, and household reasons is covered by the Privacy Act 1993.

45 Privacy Act 1993 The data must be collected for a lawful purpose and with the persons consent. The data must only be used for the purpose for which permission was given You must get rid of the data as soon as you have finished with it You must not give it out to other people You must let people see what data you have about them You must look after the data and not allow other people to see or steal it

46 What is data? It is information that is personal to the individual. It can include basic things like, name, age, date of birth, address, phone number,

47 What is data? More personal things such as your photo, fingerprints, medical records, bank details and even your DNA.

48 What is data? More personal things such as your photo, fingerprints, medical records, bank details and even your DNA.

49 Privacy Act & computer use? if you were to take photos of someone you would need permission to use them in your work. If you were to create a database using real peoples names you would have to make sure that they knew about it, had their permission and that you keep it safe and destroy it after use. The only exception is where the data is in the public domain already. So if you took photos of people in the street or used information from the phone book this is likely to be exempt from the act.


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