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  • 1. Arranged by: Akbar shara fuji Nurjannah Risky maulanaSuhrob rustamzoda
  • 2. Copyright is a legal concept, enacted bymost governments, giving the creator of anoriginal work exlusive right to it, usually fora limited time.
  • 3. Copyright law was designed to promotethe progress of science and useful arts, bysecuring for limited times to authors andinventors the exlusive right to theirrespective writings and discoveries
  • 4. The way “the exlusive right” promotesprogress is by giving creators a monopolyover selling their works, or letting them sellthe rights to someone else.
  • 5. Article 72 verse 3 of the Copyright Actsays that, "Any person whodeliberately and without rights tomultiply use of a computer program forcommercial will be punished withimprisonment of 5 years and or amaximum fine of Rp. 500,000,000.00(five hundred million rupiah) ".
  • 6. Another article that regulating copyright onthe software is section 15 e that says asfollows: "reproduction of a work exceptcomputer program in a limited by a publiclibrary, scientific or educational institutions,and central non-commercialdocumentation purely for the purpose oftheir activities; "did not violate the law.
  • 7. The copyright for computer programs areusually only valid for a period of 50 years.After that period ends, usually in the publicdomain creation. Usually, the copyrightholder of the copyright back to renew theirproducts by revising and re-apply to theCopyright institution.
  • 8. High rate of piracy will give negative impact to the country, such as: declining competitiveness loss of creativity to make their own software loss of employment reduction of the state income,tax sector
  • 9. What do you think is a “sensible copyright regime?”why?Yes, we think that sensible copyright is regime because the
  • 10. How have you broken copyright law ?These are some of the ways how people break the law:•People often violate the law by stealing music from programs .And also copying information that are not originially theirs.•Another thing is, people download movies from the internetwith no pay.•Only copy, alter, distribute, or perform display works that areentirely your own or for which you have permission from therightsholder or an exemption in the law.•Copied music videos from Internet and uploaded them to ouruser.

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