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  1. 1. Copyright:Right to Copy Michael Serratore, Nelson Wu, Haoyue Chen & Steph Miles
  2. 2. Jonathan BaileyPlagarismtoday.com
  3. 3. COPYCAT
  4. 4. CRIMSON!!!!!!!
  5. 5. DEFEND YOUR RIGHTS!!
  6. 6. THIS COULD HAPPEN TO ANYONE!!!
  7. 7. What We Are DoingNico - Transition from traditional to digital online - Online PiracyMichael - Dangers of new copyright laws - Our current rights as usersNelson - Hong Kong law changes threat to Freedom - New business models in the digital ageSteph - Creative commons
  8. 8. Traditional Publishing
  9. 9. Digital Online Publishing
  10. 10. WHEN!
  11. 11. EBOOK AND BOOK
  12. 12. Cause
  13. 13. Threats
  14. 14. In a digital environment, copiescan move at the speed of light.
  15. 15. Publishing IndustryPiracy
  16. 16. Internet Piracy and File Sharing
  17. 17. Internet Piracy
  18. 18. P2P Networks
  19. 19. True Blogging
  20. 20. Free Culture VS. Copyright
  21. 21. How it affects you
  22. 22. We all pirate
  23. 23. Piracy can becomeour problem
  24. 24. What is SOPA?
  25. 25. Caused massive internet protest
  26. 26. Targets illegal activity
  27. 27. Can block web searches
  28. 28. How will I watch my weeklyshows?
  29. 29. Copyright owners have aright to protect theircontent from being stolen
  30. 30. But its impossible for asite to monitor all content
  31. 31. The internet is for sharing
  32. 32. Copyright is not evil
  33. 33. But users still have rights
  34. 34. User Generated Content
  35. 35. A video this popular wasremoved.It can happen to anyone!
  36. 36. Do we need a lawyer todefend us?
  37. 37. Can I take on a copyrightclaim from a big company?
  38. 38. We can defend ourselves ifwe know our rights
  39. 39. There is so much info outthere that can make copyrighthard to understand
  40. 40. But Ima spell itout for you
  41. 41. Copyright law is differentfor each country
  42. 42. US Copyright lawuses a system of
  43. 43. Fair Use Factors:1.Purpose and character2.Nature of copyrighted work3.How much is used andtransformed4.Economic effects
  44. 44. Clearlytransformed
  45. 45. A user can defend themselvesif argued correctly
  46. 46. But your work cant be toosimilar to the original
  47. 47. The US takes free speechseriously
  48. 48. Fair Dealing provisions:- Review or criticism- Research or study- News reporting- Legal proceedings- Parody and satire
  49. 49. Australian law lags behindthe US.Lacks a specific defence fortransformed works
  50. 50. Outside of RMIT, we cant usethe research or study defence!
  51. 51. Meanwhile...in Hong Kong
  52. 52. Sharing become a felony
  53. 53. Infringing materials?
  54. 54. Parodying
  55. 55. Derogatory treatment Chief Executive of Hong Kong
  56. 56. What Hong Kong people worrying about...
  57. 57. You cant share stuff on these site
  58. 58. Just Avengers....wait..
  59. 59. Government have the right to caught you if you make pictures of these guys Zeddie Little Kim Jong-unRidiculously photogenic guy Supreme Leader of North Korea
  60. 60. The three-strikes Hadopi law
  61. 61. ns io l l M i1 2
  62. 62. ase... pleFre nch
  63. 63. Download? Fine Upload? NO!
  64. 64. Stricter law wont help
  65. 65. Winner- use the new technologyLosser- follow old business model
  66. 66. The Inner Room(2011)
  67. 67. Jumped into top 250after the movie pirated on BitTorrent
  68. 68. The platform of gain exposure
  69. 69. What you can do toprotect yourselffrom these guys.
  70. 70. Creative Commons 3 Main Licences
  71. 71. 3 Main Licences + Non-CommercialLICENCES SYMBOLS TYPE OF YOU CAN USEAttribution Commercial and · Copy non-commercial(BY) · Adapt or modify; · Redistribute · License to others.Attribution Commercial and · Copy, Adapt or modify; non-commercial-Share · RedistributeAlike (BY- · License same terms asSA) the original workAttribution Commercial and · Copy non-commercial-No · Redistribute verbatimDerivative copies;works (BY- · License to others.ND)
  72. 72. Traditional PermissionBased System
  73. 73. Creative Commons wants to fosterinnovation and creativity
  74. 74. Permission upfront
  75. 75. Copyright:Right to CopyMichael Serratore, Nelson Wu, Haoyue Chen & Steph Miles
  76. 76. This was us before startingthis project
  77. 77. Say that Again?

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