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What is Copyright Mashup and Creative Commons?
[February 18, 2013 – 11:21 pm]
What is Copyright Mashup and Creative Commons?

The Great New Zealand Remix and Mashup Competition “Organised by Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand, DigitalNZ and the National Library of New Zealand and enabled by Mix & Mash Sponsors and Partners, Mix & Mash 2013 will promote and celebrate the creative reuse of New Zealand’s common cultural heritage. “Mix & Mash wants all New Zealanders, young and old, to tell new stories by adapting and remixing Public Domain and Creative Commons licensed content.” (more here) Mixed and mashed entries on the theme “Stories about the Past” will be showcased in May…

What is Copyright Law for Kids?
[February 18, 2013 – 11:57 pm]
What is Copyright Law for Kids?

Gym class has changed a little since parents were in school. Students are now learning more than how to play sports. Working up a sweat, is fun for the 4th Graders at Jefferson Elementary in Des Moines. Student Peyton Dueling says, “It feels sweaty, but it’s so fun.” And jumping rope is one of physical education teacher Stu Card’s favorite ways to get their muscles moving. He says, “It’s great for footwork. It crosses over into different activities, dance, basketball, tennis, things like that. We’ve got some wrestlers and they use it. It’s a great cardio workout. It’s really…

What is Copyright Law Authorship?
[February 5, 2013 – 04:03 am]
What is Copyright Law Authorship?

Torrent poisoning is the act of intentionally sharing corrupt data or data with misleading file names using the . This practice of uploading fake torrents is sometimes carried out by organisations as an attempt to prevent the of copyrighted content, and to gather the of downloaders. It can also be carried out by BitTorrent users in order to “free-ride”, using clients such as . Using this method, users are able to download content via BitTorrent without contributing reciprocal uploads. Methods of Attack Decoy Insertion Decoy insertion (or content pollution) is a method by which…

What is Copyright infringement Laws?
[February 19, 2013 – 12:31 am]
What is Copyright infringement Laws?

The guys behind The Pirate Bay—the world’s largest file-sharing site and an important part of the debate regarding copyright law, piracy, and the Internet—have announced that they filed a police report today. The issue stems from an anti-piracy organization from Finland who built a parody website using pieces of The Pirate Bay’s website. Last week TPB revealed that they filed a lawsuit, and today they take things one step further and push for legal action to be taken. While it may seem unlikely that The Pirate Bay would be fighting for enforcement of copyright law, they have insisted—even…

What is Copyright GCSE ICT?
[July 3, 2012 – 01:36 pm]
What is Copyright GCSE ICT?

How the internet works: The Internet works because open standards allow every network to connect to every other network. This is what makes it possible for anyone to create content, offer services, and sell products without requiring permission from a central authority. It levels the playing field for everyone and it’s the reason why we have a rich diversity of applications and services that many of us enjoy today. Who is charge: No one is, but everyone is. Unlike the telephone network, which for years in most countries, was run by a single company, the global Internet consists…

What is Copyright design to Protect?
[February 1, 2013 – 12:07 pm]
What is Copyright design to Protect?

Designed to protect intellectual property such as: Computer programs, manuals, and manuscripts. Most intellectual property can be easily duplicated using computer technology The law gives the creator of the material the rights to control the ways in which their material is used. Once intellectual property is created, it is automatically covered under the act. Modern software leaves a digital footprint in that the date, time and author are recorded at the time of creation. For the law to take full effect, the work must be deemed original and exhibit a degree of labour, skill…

What is Copyright date?
[February 18, 2013 – 09:21 pm]
What is Copyright date?

One of key questions for 2013 is Will Housing inventory bottom this year? . Since this is a very important question, I ll be tracking inventory weekly for the next few months. f inventory does bottom, we probably will not know for sure until late in the year. In normal times, there is a clear seasonal pattern for inventory, with the low point for inventory in late December or early January, and then peaking in mid-to-late summer. The NAR data is monthly and released with a lag.  However Ben at Housing Tracker (Department of Numbers) kindly sent me some weekly inventory data…

What is Copyright and Privacy?
[February 4, 2013 – 06:02 am]
What is Copyright and Privacy?

I am still trying to understand the copyright and privacy issues in the U.S.A. As  a Brazilian, I never felt that copyright holders’ rights were that respected as written law per se. When I was in graduate school, in southern Brazil, I recall one of my classmates plagiarized paragraphs from somebody else’s work that he found online. It was proven that he did plagiarize. According to policy designed by the Federal University, he should have been expelled from the program, but after saying “sorry”, he was allowed to continue his studies. I don’t think this would happen here, in…

What is Copyright and patent protection?
[February 8, 2013 – 03:35 pm]
What is Copyright and patent protection?

Last night, we attended a DC Bar fashion law panel discussion, For the Love of Fashion: Protect Yourself, " at Baker Hostetler in Washington DC. It was a very informative and comprehensive discussion from in-house and outside counsel, including DLA Piper's Lisa Norton, who is Of Counsel in the Patent Prosecution group, on trademark, copyright, and patent protection as well as current hot-button developments in fashion law and anti-counterfeiting. From this panel discussion, we gathered four key takeaways: 1. The fashion industry is a trillion dollar business…

What is Copyright and Information Economy?
[February 12, 2013 – 04:41 pm]
What is Copyright and Information Economy?

It looks like the U.S. economy really is in recovery. And, while some analysts are still using the term “jobless recovery” in early 2013 for the overall job market, experts are unanimous in their predictions that the healthcare jobs market will shake off any lingering weakness and thrive throughout the decade. Look for jobs close to home According to NBC News, the healthcare industry should create close to 30 percent of all new jobs in the U.S. economy in the next couple of years. (The U.S. Department of Labor says that healthcare added 45, jobs in December 2012 alone!). “It’s…

What is Copyright Act 2000?
[June 21, 2011 – 11:55 am]
What is Copyright Act 2000?

The Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation has launched a consultation on amendments to the Copyright and Related Rights Act 2 (CRRA 2), to deal with the problems identified by Mr Justice Charleton in the EMI v UPC decision. The gap in Irish law which the Department hope to fill is the requirement under Article 8(3) of Directive 2001/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 May 2001 on the harmonisation of certain aspects of copyright and related rights in the information society, better known as the Copyright Directive or the Information Society Directive…

What is Copyright Act 1976?
[February 19, 2013 – 12:41 am]
What is Copyright Act 1976?

V=zoHoXlRHfu4 Human Trachea Made from Stem Cells Transplanted into Cancer Patient – lung cancer claims – lung cancer claims Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, accounting for more than seven million deaths a year. It can affect any part of the body, and survival rates vary depending on the type of cancer and where the patient lives. But medical science has made a few leaps forward recent years. VOAs Rebecca Ward tells us about one recent transplant that saved a mans life by using his own stem cells. – Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976…

Top selling branded Pharmaceutical
[December 6, 2011 – 10:05 pm]
Top selling branded Pharmaceutical

Lipitor, widely prescribed for lowering blood cholesterol, was the top-selling branded pharmaceutical in the world in 2008 with sales of $12.4 billion.  U.S. Patent No. 5, 273, 995, which covered atorvastatin (the active ingredient in Lipitor), expired on November 30, 2011.  Lipitor is now available from the generic pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy Laboratories.  Originally set to expire in May 2011, the expiration was extended for six months because Pfizer did research after the drug was approved to determine its safety and effectiveness in children.  Ranbaxy Laboratories now…

The definition of Patent
[January 24, 2013 – 05:20 am]
The definition of Patent

A privilege is an “exemption from the normal obligation of a citizen to provide the judicial arm of the state with the information and documents which are required for determination of litigation”.1 The current Australian Patents Act provides privilege to communication between Australian registered patent attorneys and their clients.  The provision reads: (2) A communication between a registered patent attorney and the attorney’s client in intellectual property matters, and any record or document made for the purposes of such communication, are privileged to the same extent…