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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 Copyright Infringement By Jeff Bouton
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5/10/10 Definition Copyright is the right of producers, creators, authors, etc. to create their works with unalienable rights to what they made. Others cannot copy or reproduce their works. Copyright Infringement is when people copy copyrighted works without authorization or a license to reproduce them.
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5/10/10 Rights Copyright Owners Have They are stated in title 17 section 106 of the U.S. Code Sec. 106. Exclusive rights in copyrighted works People who have copyrighted items exclusively have the rights to do or let people do any of these six actions:
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5/10/10 Development Law in Britain in 1701 to not copy other’s books. First copyright law in the U.S. in 1790, the Philadelphia Spelling Book by John Barry. Then there’s the internet Very prevalent on the internet now The Digital Millennium Copyright Act
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5/10/10 Viacom Inc. vs. YouTube, YouTube broadcasts thousands of
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