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Week 2 Discussion 1 Copyright – Gives congress the power to promote the progress of science and useful arts by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive rights to their respective writings and discoveries. You have to get permission from the writer in order to email published research, put a report online, reprint an article in the newspaper, post a news story, or photocopy articles for meetings. You will be violating copyright if you decided to make copies of a published book and sell it out of the trunk of your car. Public Domain – Information that is publically available can’t be used without permission from the person that owns the copyrights. Fair Use – the ability to use copywriter work for the use of commentary, parody, new reporting, scholarly research, and education. Fair Use can be used when the news show a preview to a movie encourages views to go out and see or to give their input on the film.
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Unformatted text preview: Week 2 Discussion 2 Search engines can answer any question that you may have to ask. They provide you with a variety of answers in a matter of seconds. If the search engines doesn’t have the answer you are looking for they will give you different websites that you can go onto and attempt to find the answer yourself. Some of the limitations and dangers would be the fact that the information isn’t always accurate. For example, millions of people rely on “Wikipedia” for information. However the information on Wikipedia is user submitted. I could go onto that website and say that Martin Luther King died in a car accident; we all know that information is false, but I could put it on there for others to read and assume it is true. The internet can be deceitful, and it can become a crutch. You can begin to rely on the internet for all of your work when at times it gives you incorrect work. Week 3 Discussion 1...
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