MUSIC PIRACY AND THE INTERNET            SUI GENERIS:          ATTY. ALDER K. DELLORO          MR. LUDOVICO K. DELLORO    ...
OutlineI.     Brief History of Music PiracyII.    What is Music Piracy?III.   How Music Piracy Affects the Music IndustryI...
Brief History of Music Piracy      Since 1999 and the emergence of Napster, music piracy hasbecome more widespread and pre...
Brief History of Music PiracyNapster was shut down shortly after this case, but many othersimilar file sharing sites appea...
What is Music Piracy     Music piracy is generally described as thedeliberate infringement of copyright and/or trade marks...
What is Music Piracy• Simple piracy - the packaging of the pirate copy is different  from the original. They are often com...
What is Music PiracyVIEW:• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE9-  W9JNjio&feature=related• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5S...
How Music Piracy Affects the     Music Industry             (ifpi-global-music-industry-revenue-o.png)
Laws• Title 17, United States Code, Sections 501  and 506  READ: http://riaa.com/physicalpiracy.php?content_selector=pi ra...
How to Combat Music Piracy  READ:  How Apple Changed the Music Industry• http://news.yahoo.com/4-ways-steve-jobs-apple-  c...
How to Combat Music Piracy  VIEW:• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEkhkBGnrYo
Pros and Cons                                      Pros• Downloading music makes it readily available to  the masses.• Whe...
Pros and Cons                      Cons• Though downloading music makes it easily  available to the masses, it also makes ...
Pros and Cons                                      Cons• Downloading music gives rise to copyright and  piracy issues. By ...
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ATTY. ALDER K. DELLORO
MR. LUDOVICO K. DELLORO
ATTY. ANTON CARLO E. ESPINO
MS. AUREN GALANG
MR. CARLO MARTIN
MS. MARIA THERESA MIJARES
MR. ALBERT ONG
REP. WILLIAM IRWIN TIENG

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  1. 1. MUSIC PIRACY AND THE INTERNET SUI GENERIS: ATTY. ALDER K. DELLORO MR. LUDOVICO K. DELLORO ATTY. ANTON CARLO E. ESPINO MS. AUREN GALANG MR. CARLO MARTIN MS. MARIA THERESA MIJARES MR. ALBERT ONG REP. WILLIAM IRWIN TIENG
  2. 2. OutlineI. Brief History of Music PiracyII. What is Music Piracy?III. How Music Piracy Affects the Music IndustryIV. LawsV. How to Combat Music PiracyVI. Pros and ConsVII. Class Activity
  3. 3. Brief History of Music Piracy Since 1999 and the emergence of Napster, music piracy hasbecome more widespread and prevalent because of the accessibilityof the Internet. The file sharing program Napster was developed byShawn Fanning in order to make finding and downloading musicover the Internet easier. Napster quickly grew, and was used bymillions but this got the attention of the Recording IndustryAssociation of America (RIAA). They sued Napster at the U.S.District Court of San Francisco for “assisting others in the copying,downloading, uploading, transmission, or distribution of copyrightedmusical work".
  4. 4. Brief History of Music PiracyNapster was shut down shortly after this case, but many othersimilar file sharing sites appeared in its stead. Since then, millionsof people all across the world have adopted music piracy as aregular practice. (http://musicpirating1103.weebly.com/brief-history.html)
  5. 5. What is Music Piracy Music piracy is generally described as thedeliberate infringement of copyright and/or trade marksfor commercial gain. It covers both physical andinternet piracy. There are three types of physicalpiracy: 1. Simple Piracy; 2. Counterfeits; and 3. Bootlegs
  6. 6. What is Music Piracy• Simple piracy - the packaging of the pirate copy is different from the original. They are often compilations, such as the "greatest hits" of a specific artist, or a collection of a specific genre, such as dance tracks• Counterfeits - the packaging of the pirate copy resembles the original as closely as possible. The record companies trade marks are reproduced in order to mislead the consumer into believing that they are buying an original product.• Bootlegs - these are the unauthorised recordings of live or broadcast performances. (http://www.mipi.com.au/About-Piracy/What-is-music-piracy/)
  7. 7. What is Music PiracyVIEW:• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE9- W9JNjio&feature=related• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5SIxsVZ61Ow&feat ure=related• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M2amX9rc0Dc
  8. 8. How Music Piracy Affects the Music Industry (ifpi-global-music-industry-revenue-o.png)
  9. 9. Laws• Title 17, United States Code, Sections 501 and 506 READ: http://riaa.com/physicalpiracy.php?content_selector=pi racy_online_the_law• Intellectual Property Code of the Philippines
  10. 10. How to Combat Music Piracy READ: How Apple Changed the Music Industry• http://news.yahoo.com/4-ways-steve-jobs-apple- changed-music-industry-200529737.html OPM2GO• http://www.interaksyon.com/infotech/opm2go-website- to-help-curb-domestic-music-piracy-pnoy
  11. 11. How to Combat Music Piracy VIEW:• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vEkhkBGnrYo
  12. 12. Pros and Cons Pros• Downloading music makes it readily available to the masses.• When you download music, you save on the costs that would be incurred if you would have decided to buy it.• Supporters of downloading music claim that making music readily available contributes to the increased popularity of the artists. (Http://www.buzzle.com/articles/pros-and-cons-of-downloading-music.html)
  13. 13. Pros and Cons Cons• Though downloading music makes it easily available to the masses, it also makes it spread far and wide overly. Something that is very easily available is also of a lesser value.• The practice of downloading music leads to the diminishing of sales of music cassettes, CDs and DVDs.
  14. 14. Pros and Cons Cons• Downloading music gives rise to copyright and piracy issues. By downloading music you lose its originality. When you use the copied versions of music; you indirectly encourage piracy. As you download music, you do not go for the purchase of the original copies of music, which may result in an indirect violation of copyright. (Http://www.buzzle.com/articles/pros-and-cons-of-downloading-music.html)
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