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  • Not honoring copyright laws is considered theft and can result in legal action. Those who have put the copyright on an idea have claimed it as their own and by using their ideas, you are stealing from them. Which means that downloading music or movies without honoring copyright, is illiagal. Copyright laws are protected under ferderal law and carried out by the courts, meaning that violators could face fines or even jail time.
  • Plagiarism vsnew1

    1. 1. Plagiarism Vs. Copyright By: Kira Michelson-Bartlett
    2. 2. Copyright <ul><li>Copyright controls an idea </li></ul>
    3. 3. It demands permission for use
    4. 4. Not honoring copyright is theft
    5. 5. Legal action can be taken
    6. 6. Because It’s a crime
    7. 7. You could face jail time or fines
    8. 8. Courts enforce Copyright infringement
    9. 9. Copyright and Copyleft
    10. 10. There must be a balance
    11. 11. Copyleft is a way of not honoring copyright like GirlTalk
    12. 12. <ul><li>“ The best way to spread knowledge, according to Condorcet, was through authorless and open-ended texts, circulating freely between all citizens” </li></ul><ul><li>-Carla Hesse </li></ul>
    13. 13. Copyright and Plagiarism are similar but not the same
    14. 14. Plagiarism
    15. 15. Plagiarism is not a crime, but it is the failure to cite your source
    16. 16. It is stealing someone else’s ideas…
    17. 17. And calling them your own
    18. 18. Schools and institutions enforce plagiarism
    19. 19. Plagiarism is Personal
    20. 20. <ul><li>“ Too much of what we now protect under the guise of authorship is not creativity or innovation, but merely investment.” </li></ul><ul><li>-Rosemary Coombe </li></ul>
    21. 21. Copyright is Impersonal
    22. 22. Works Cited. <ul><li>Coombe, Rosemary J. “Fear, Hope, and Longing for the Future of Authorship and a Revitalized Public Domain in Global Regimes of Intellectual Property.” DePaul Law Review 52(Summer 2003): 1171-91 </li></ul><ul><li>Hesse, Carla. 1996. pg. 24. Bolter, David Jay. “Writing Spaces.” The Georgia Institute of Technology (2001). </li></ul>

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