Business Law Extra Credit - because Blackstone did not...

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Business Law Extra Credit The article that I chose to analyze is from the New York Times, and is titled ‘The F.T. Sues Blackstone for Copyright Infringement.’ Blackstone Industries allowed 100 employees to access top financial statements from The Financial Times Limited while using one user name, and Blackstone did not purchase individual user names for each different person, hence allowing The Financial Times Limited to lose thousands of dollars. This article deals with copyright infringement
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Unformatted text preview: because Blackstone did not purchase individual login names. A lot of employees entered the site and looked through extensive financial reports posted by the Financial Times Limited. FT.com’s reports shows that Blackstone accessed their website from multiple computers in the United States and overseas. This is copyright infringement because Blackstone did not purchase individual logins to access the records of FT.com who owns the rights to all the reports that they post....
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