Explain copyright laws

A Fair(y) Use Tale  December 14, 2009 – 04:33 am
How do I Find the Copyright

As I was looking for more research for my final paper on licensing, I stumbled upon this video. It’s basically an accumulation of a lot of Disney films with portions of sentences and words to explain copyright laws. The irony of the video is that it’s a mash-up of different films with the use of the sentences. Prof. Eric Faden of Bucknell created this video in hopes of explaining  the laws of copyright and how, if he actually made this video on the market, what would the case present itself as. The fake case argues on whether or not it infringes Disney’s copyright. One website asks the question if it’s fair use or “an invitation to lawsuit? ” Since it’s used for educational purposes and that seems to be a contributing factor (plus he didn’t really create the video out on the market for money), the video itself has not sparked that much controversy in term of endangerment to the law. Rated: from 2 votes

Source: Erinn's Blog

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Dissent in part

Claims are evaluated under a number statutory sections including utility; novelty; obviousness; and enablement.
If the Examiner believed that the invention could not possibly work as recited in a claim, he could reject it as lacking utility or enablement. However, while Examiners _can_ do this, very few are in a position to really conduct such an evaluation. In most cases, examiners don't ... enablement. Enablement refers to the ability of one having ordinary skill in the art to practice the claimed invention (i.e. as defined by the _issued_ claims) based on the technical material included in the specification (the more conventional narrative description portion of the patent). The ability of a skilled artisan to practice the invention necessarily implies that the invention "works."

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Do not consult solo practitioners or very small firms which do not do this type of work all the time. You are going to have to do some significant online research to find a good lawyer. There are a lot of lawyers who will advertise themselves as patent infringement attorneys but they have very little experience at it. Start reading up on it and then make your calls.

Standardized testing

"But in the end we are all accountable for what we do in society. Why should teachers be exempt from this "fact of life"?
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Honestly, I'm not against fair evaluations. But you CAN'T pattern them after other forms of evaluation in which each individual is in charge of his own result, because that's not representative of the education field.

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