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Copyright, Design And Patents Act (1980

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  • 1. GCE Applied ICT – Unit 2
  • 2.
    • “… the ability to protect the creative work of an individual.”
    • Attempt to stop others in copying work and presenting it as there own.
    • Varies greatly depending on what country you live in.
    • In UK it is protected by the “Copyright, Designs and Patents Act (1980).
  • 3.
    • Computer Software
    • Music and sound recordings
    • Film
    • Artwork
    • Research work/educational essays
    • Books and literature
    • TV and radio broadcasts
  • 4.
    • If it doesn’t have a notice, it’s not copyrighted.
    • It’s not really a crime so I can’t get in trouble.
    • Everything I copy for class is Fair Use.
    • If I don’t charge for it, it’s okay.
    • The Internet is Public Domain so I can use anything I find on the Internet
  • 5.
    • A chapter from a book
    • An article from a p
    • A short story, essay, or poem
    • A graphic from a book, periodical, or news paper
  • 6.
    • 10 percent of the work or 30 seconds from an individual musical work
    • “ Emergency clause” for performances
  • 7.
    • Five images or less from one artist or photographer
    • No more than 10% or 15 images from a collection
  • 8.
    • No restrictions
    • Must be “legally obtained”
    • Purchase performance rights for entertainment purposes
  • 9.
    • The Pirate Bay
    • The Pirate bay is a Swedish search engine which shows copyrighted material for download.
    • EMI job cuts
    • Software Piracy