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Rob Arent and Ted Heitzman INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Copyrights (Artistic works) Patents (Industrial Property, inventions) http://www.southpark.nl/clips/sp_vid_103759
PHARMACEUTICAL IP Help the greatest number of people Utilitarianism Molecules and formulas need protection Recoup R & D costs
NO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION? Music Movies Books Software Inventions Medicine
HOLLYWOOD V. HOME ENTERTAINMENT Universal v. Sony Betamax VHS/DVD/Blu Ray Office Space: Budget: $10 mil Box Office Gross: $10.8 mil VHS/DVD sales: $6 mil
UTILITARIANISM What effect does copying have on happiness? IP owner People copying
COPYING ETHICS Categorical Imperative Copiers get “something for nothing” It doesn’t decrease the use and enjoyment any other person gets from their copy
MONEY IS POWER Disney Apple
BREAKDOWN OF MODERN INTERPRETATION OF IP PROTECTION Monsanto RIAA/MPAA
OPPORTUNISTIC LITIGATION Patent trolls Sample trolls Rumblefish Cybersquatting
SOFTWARE Patentable FOSS
INTERNATIONAL PIRACY How does IP protection differ outside the US? Counterfeiting Software Piracy rates (2006) China: 82% Russia: 80% US: 21%
DRM AND DMCA Digital Rights Management Copy protection software Digital Millennium Copyright Act Anti-circumvention of DRM Fair Use
… concern the legal ownership and use of intellectual property, such as software, music, movies, data, and information. Links: Video: Too Much Copyright.
Chapter Four Intellectual Property in Cyberspace.
Slides prepared by Cyndi Chie and Sarah Frye1 A Gift of Fire Third edition Sara Baase Chapter 4: Intellectual Property.
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1 Ethics of Computing MONT 113G, Spring 2012 Session 32 Software as Intellectual Property.
Intellectual property rights concern the legal ownership and use of intellectual property such as software, music, movies, data, and information. Intellectual.
1 Copyright Act of 1790 Passed to promote scientific and artistic progress Extended a right to copy to authors for 14 years Authors had to register products.
A Gift of Fire, 2edChapter 6: Intellectual Property1 Intellectual Property.
Sajjadur Rahman. refers to creations of the mind: ◦ inventions, ◦ literary and artistic works, ◦ symbols, names, images, ◦ designs used in commerce.
Intellectual Property Rights: Protection or Monopolization?
Intellectual Property An iSafe Lesson By: Audrey.
1 Copyright © 2013 M. E. Kabay, D. Blythe, J. Tower-Pierce & P. R. Stephenson. All rights reserved. Introduction to Intellectual Property Law CJ341 – Cyberlaw.
The Anti-Piracy Campaign: The Drag Behind Their Efforts Jamal Haskin.
Intellectual Property A brief explanation. Intellectual Property is a name used for material, or something that is intangible. You may not be able to.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PRESENTED BY: BENJAMIN BAKER & BLAZE STERLING.
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Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks Patents are a primary intellectual property right for entrepreneurs to flourish. Patents, Copyrights and Trademarks.
Do the anti-circumvention provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright (DMCA) Act further or harm public interests?
Property in Cyberspace 1.What is “Intellectual Property”?Intellectual Property Intellectual Property Is: Intangible creative work—not necessarily the physical.
Intellectual Property What’s legal?. Discuss Terms intellectual property, plagiarism, copyright-patent-trademark, public domain, fair use piracy,
Who owns the Bits? Digital copyright issues are continually evolving. IP address do not map to a single person – hard to trace user Music and movie industry.
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Company LOGO Software Piracy Software Piracy Software Pirate Gets 7 Years in Prison Cannelle Cuvelier.
Chapter 4 Intellectual Property. What is Intellectual Property The intangible creative work Value of intelligence and artistic work comes from creativity,
7/3/08 Created by Mae Thomas Property Rights There can be consequences if you violate others' intellectual property rights. (That is, if you copy something.
Economic Vitality and Intellectual Property Rights Discussion at Hanyang University May 26, 2005.
Ethics Self Imposed Right and Wrong Behavior Described as:
Digital Rights Management and International DRM Enforcement September 20, 2004.
“The Chinese stole my stuff! They just drove down the road, passed our factory, and copied our trademark. It took us two and a half years and $5,000 to.
Legal Issues Now that we have looked at ethics, some of these issues are also dealt by the law. We will consider laws in the following catagories: Intellectual.
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, music, movies, symbols, names, images, and designs.
LEGAL SYSTEMS THEOCRATIC LAW CIVIL (CODE) LAW COMMON LAW.
TECH VOCAB. ETHICS The rules that we use to define behaviors as “right” or “wrong” page 6.
Unit Essential Question: How does ethical behavior affect how and why I do things on the computer?
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COPYRIGHT CHALLENGES IN THE DIGITAL AGE: EFFECTS OF THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT.
Intellectual Property Rights. Are associated with: Patents Trademarks Copyrights Trade secrets Protective devices granted by the state to facilitate.
W15D3. Protection (recap) Common sense Antivirus software (some free, eg: AVG) Update OS Verify the validity of info in s received Use search.
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