Presented by :
1.
Muhammad Arnaldo (Leader)
2.
Dewi Sastra Lena
3.
Dwi Yunita Sari
4.
Ristya Anditha Munawar
5.
Rizki Kurn...
Copyrights
Copyrights is rights, enforceable by
laws, accorded to inventor or creator of
intellectual property, such as li...
The protection domain of
the copyright laws
approved US Digital Millennium Copyright
Act (DMCA)
 According to Matt Rosenb...
Patents
a patent is an exclusive right granted for
an invention, which is a product or a
process that provides in general,...
Trade Secrets
Trade secrets is compilation of information
which is not generally known. The expansion of
Internet use, man...
Trade Secrets
On cyberspace, Companies not only obtain
vital and essential information free, they
also obtain other resour...
Trademarks


A trademark is a word, name, symbol or
device which is used in trade with goods
to indicate the source of th...
Trademarks


Trademark rights may be used to
prevent others from using a confusingly
similar mark, but not to prevent oth...
Trademarks
in the United States trademark
ownership does not require registration
unless it is part of “commerce that
Cong...
Personal identity


personal identity as a right, a crucial
right. Nothing is more fundamental to an
individual than pers...
QUESTION ?!!
Comment on the right of passage
to cyberspace.
• New available technology has enabled

everyone to come into the cyberspac...
Comment on the growth of a
lingua franca of cyberspace


Where a language is widely used over a
relatively large geograph...
Rapid changes in cyberspace have
made most intellectual property laws
obsolete
• Cyberspace not like other field, it is ch...
Suggest the best ways to deal with
property issues on a changing landscape
of cyberspace


Copyright is a legal concept, ...
THANK YOU
FOR YOUR
GREAT
ATTENTION
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  1. 1. Presented by : 1. Muhammad Arnaldo (Leader) 2. Dewi Sastra Lena 3. Dwi Yunita Sari 4. Ristya Anditha Munawar 5. Rizki Kurniati
  2. 2. Copyrights Copyrights is rights, enforceable by laws, accorded to inventor or creator of intellectual property, such as literary, dramatic, musical, pictorial, graphic, and artistic.  elements in the copyright law are fixation, originality, and expression 
  3. 3. The protection domain of the copyright laws approved US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)  According to Matt Rosenberg, copyright merely “subsits,” meaning that every person who produces an original work on the Internet automatically has a copyright for that work in the extended definition of digitization. As per the copyright law, therefore, prior permission must be sought in order to copy, distribute, edit, manipulate, and resell the work. 
  4. 4. Patents a patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides in general, new doing something, or offer a new technical solution to a problem.  The patent law does not directly affect much of the contents of cyberspace. The patent law only affects original and nonobvious inventions. 
  5. 5. Trade Secrets Trade secrets is compilation of information which is not generally known. The expansion of Internet use, many companies are becoming heavy users because there are many advantages, especially for research personnel. Many Internet users are in a scavenger hunt for leaking information.  Two types of information can leak in cyberspace:  (1) information on devices, designs, processes, software designs, and many other industrial processes (2) information on individual employee’s life possessions employee accumulated knowledge and experience.
  6. 6. Trade Secrets On cyberspace, Companies not only obtain vital and essential information free, they also obtain other resources free or almost free.  For example, companies can get free or very inexpensive consultancy in cyberspace that would have required them to hire an expert for a lot more money. So that's why, the Internet has been mainly used by researchers in both educational and research institutions exchanging information and research data. 
  7. 7. Trademarks  A trademark is a word, name, symbol or device which is used in trade with goods to indicate the source of the goods and to distinguish them from the goods of others.
  8. 8. Trademarks  Trademark rights may be used to prevent others from using a confusingly similar mark, but not to prevent others from making the same goods or from selling the same goods or services under a clearly different mark. Trademarks which are used in interstate or foreign commerce may be registered with the Patent and Trademark Office.
  9. 9. Trademarks in the United States trademark ownership does not require registration unless it is part of “commerce that Congress may regulate,”  Trademarks are governed by both state and federal law. Originally, state common law provided the main source of protection for trademarks. However, in the late 1800s, the U.S. Congress enacted the first federal trademark law 
  10. 10. Personal identity  personal identity as a right, a crucial right. Nothing is more fundamental to an individual than personal identity because personal identity is something important to show who we are.
  11. 11. QUESTION ?!!
  12. 12. Comment on the right of passage to cyberspace. • New available technology has enabled everyone to come into the cyberspace. That makes information spreads so quickly and widely, because everyone in cyberspace share any information to anybody. People so carelessly share even their private information into the cyberspace. They do not notice that their information can be changed and used by other people for bad intentions. Everyone have a right of passage to cyberspace as long as they do not violate the cyber law and access the information ethically.
  13. 13. Comment on the growth of a lingua franca of cyberspace  Where a language is widely used over a relatively large geographical area as a language of wider communication, it is known as a lingua franca a common language but one which is native only to some of its speakers. The status of English is such that it has been adopted as the world's lingua franca for communication. by using the global language, English, it can make users of internet are easy to understand what they want in internet.
  14. 14. Rapid changes in cyberspace have made most intellectual property laws obsolete • Cyberspace not like other field, it is changing so fast. Everyday new technology is coming to cyberspace, new service and also new users with new intellectual properties. When a service or intellectual property introduced into cyberspace we have to make laws for it. The purpose is to protect that properties for their owner. But due the rapid changes in cyberspace the existing laws become obsolete, because new people do a new thing to violate the laws and somehow that previous intellectual property laws not suitable anymore. Therefore the new laws have to be made to keep track of the rapid changes in cyberspace.
  15. 15. Suggest the best ways to deal with property issues on a changing landscape of cyberspace  Copyright is a legal concept, enacted by most governments, giving the creator of an original. With DMCA (Digital Millennium Copyright Act) we can protect a copyright to prevent piracy, because DMCA served to keep the authenticity of the digital content. the punishment from DMCA offense is removal the web from cyberspace.
  16. 16. THANK YOU FOR YOUR GREAT ATTENTION
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