Copyright and Piracy From Moral and Legal Standpoints

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Copyright and piracy from moral and legal standpoints ICT PRESENTATION 5AS Copyright is a set of exclusive rights regulating the use of a particular expression of an idea or information. It is the right to copy other people’s original work or production. However, this right is limited. Examples are CD’s, VCD’s, DVD’s and many more. WHAT IS PIRACY ??? Piracy is copying or distributing protected works or products without the permission of the true owner/author of an intellectual property. It c
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  Copyright and piracy frommoral and legal standpoints ICT PRESENTATION 5AS  Copyright is a set of exclusive rights regulatingthe use of a particular expression of an idea or information.It is the right to copyother people’s srcinalwork or production.However, this right islimited. Examples areCD’s, VCD’s, DVD’s andmany more.    WHAT IS PIRACY ???   Piracy is copying or distributing protectedworks or products withoutthe permission of the trueowner/author of anintellectual property.It can be define astaking someone’s wordsor ideas as if they wereyour own. Examples aresoftware, music and manyothers.  EXAMPLE OF COPYRIGHT  People illegally duplicate and sellingcopyrighted material are known to peddleVCDs, CDs, and DVDs by the roadside, market, night market, supermarketandother places.This will cause the srcinal CD’s and soon to lose place in market because thecopyrighted materials are way cheaper.
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