Plagiarism and copyright infringement

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Plagiarism and copyright infringement

  1. 1. Plagiarism andCopyrightInfringementStephanie KaiserEDP 279
  2. 2. What is a Copyright? The right of the creator of an original work to be credited. Anyone wishing to use the original work must be granted permission by its creator. Copyrights are protected by the federal law.
  3. 3. Breaking the law… Copyright infringement is considered plagiarism. A serious offense. The internet gives users access to many original works with the push of a button. Users of the internet need to be careful not to infringe on copyright laws.
  4. 4. Copyright Infringement YouTube  Consequences  Video Removed: Notified via e-mail  Repeat offenders banned for life  Lawsuits “If you are uncertain that your using material fairly, you should consult a copyright attorney”
  5. 5. Are Copyrights forever? Copyrights used toonly last for a fixed amount of time. 14 years after initial copyright, the work goes into the public domain.  Meaning that after 14 years the work is free for anyone to use, because it becomes part of the culture.  Now they can
  6. 6. Mikey Mouse’s Infinite Copyright. This means that Mikey Mouse will never be part of public domaine.©2005-2006, David John Goodger
  7. 7. The Peace Sign has nocopyright and is part ofpublic domain. Thismeans that anyone canuse this symbol withoutsiting the copyright owner.
  8. 8. Fair Use of Copyrighted Work Ifyou want to use a work of another creator be sure to:  Make mention of the original creator  Make sure the new work does not change the value of the original work Fair use is only a legal position
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