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  • 1. Copyright in Digital Media By Bobby Frisco
  • 2. INTRO, WHAT IS DIGITAL MEDIA COPYRIGHT • The Main Law source for Copyright is the Digital Media Copyright Act of the (DMCA). • The DMCA is a federal copyright law that was a bill passed in 1998, that was signed into law by President Bill Clinton • The DMCA has been able to fight against piracy online and internet users around the world. • Downloading or distributing copies of copyrighted material or any other media without permission is wrong and the DMCA is against it. • The Copyright law is called “reproduction” is one of the exclusive rights to the owner of the digital media source.
  • 3. The Titles of the DMCA  The DMCA are made of five titles that implement      two treaties of the law known as World Intellectual Copyright Organizations. These laws are 1. WIPO copyright and Performance and Phonograph Treaties act. 2. Online Copyright Infringement Limitation Liability Act 3. Computer Maintenance Competition Assurance Act 4. Miscellaneous Provisions 5. Vessel Hull Design Protection Act
  • 4. IS IT COPYRIGHTED? • You have to know whether it is copyrighted. Works are generally created by the facts, ideas and works of the person. If you own the copyright work, you don’t have to worry about legal restrictions. • When it comes to computer programs, the laws could help A computer program is defined as a set of statements used in the computer in order to bring the result. • If and only If you own the device. This computer law to make copies of a program like WordStar, and could even run on your computer. So if you own the program, you could use it, otherwise stay away from it. • The World wide web has been important resources, most of the stuff on the web is copyrighted. The Copyright owner has a license where his/hers pages are created. People have these licenses to copy a web page but the have to get permission from the people.
  • 5. What could you do or NOT to do about it. • This act RESTICTS anyone to sell devices around copyright act • It is wrong to import, offer to public and provide without any permission. • Illegal File Sharing of Copyrighted material is well known is wide known from the DMCA. It is illegal share copyright work including music, movies • Books software and other stuff, . • even video games, you cannot do it.
  • 6. Basic Issues on Copyrighting and fairness • Copyright laws gives the owner of the product to • 1. repair your work, make copies, perform display the owners publicity. • In other cases, Author’s rights have limitations, or “fair use”. It is a law that recognizes fair use as a limitation to the authors right of each of the technologies involved. • It even covers educational attempts, instead it goes through court to determine if its fair. • The best guidelines for fair copyrighting is Fair use guidelines of Educational Multimedia- It helps with permission of copyrighted material to enrolled students and everyone.
  • 7.   Libraries has preservations options under the law of 17 USC 108 law, which is a good thing of the DMCA, because it allows libraries to make up of three copies of the work. The copies could be digital, as long as they are not distributed, they should be fine. Other Copyright laws of the libraries are like 107, which gives knowledge of fair copyrighted uses of libraries, and digital benefits.
  • 8.        Also Downloading whole copies is against the law. Some file sharing applications are not illegal like edonkey, BitTorret, or LimeWire. But people who have permission from others is illegal. Fair Use depends on four factors Purpose of Use- which is if you have a purpose to use it if you have permission The Nature of the work The Amount of Work used The Effect of what was used
  • 9.  In the university of Indiana, it doesn't activate