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  1. 1. Intellectual Property Rights Copyrights BY ZAVERI JYOTINDRA ERP software architect email j. zaveri@dnserp. com www. dnserp. com
  2. 2. Who is better? = A guy from slum is taking a TV without permission is called a thief. 4 The slum guy is perhaps poor and illiterate. 4 A guy coping software without permission is called software pirate. Intellectual Property Rights 2
  3. 3. Who is better? s A guy from slum is taking a TV without permission is called a thief. -'- A guy coping software without permission is called software pirate. 4 The slum guy is perhaps poor and illiterate. e What about a company who is using a computer program without license? 4 ERP software is given ‘per user license basis’ Intellectual Property Rights
  4. 4. Intellectual Property ; The term Intellectual Property reflects the idea, that its subject matter is the product of the mind or the intellect. E. g. computer program 5 WIPO litjggi/ www. wipo. int[ 4 The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a specialized agency of the United Nafions. 4 It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international intellectual property (IP) system, which rewards creativity, stimulates innovation and contributes to economic development while safeguarding the public interest. Intellectual Property Rights 4
  5. 5. Copyright Office Ministry of Human Resource Development Department of Secondary 8 Higher Education 6 Intellectual property rights or IPR protects property produced by intelligence (brain—ware). 6 The Copyright Act, 1957 came into effect from January 1958. With the amendment of 1999. 6 Software packages are intellectual property and is protected by the Copyright Act 6 E. g. Microsoft Office software, or DNS ERP software Luvcrv. uuuuuu nt of Ilidld Intellectual Property Rights 5
  6. 6. Intellectual property ; India is a large producer and exporter of copyright materials like software, cinematograph films and music. 6 Measures are taken to protect the authors and strengthen enforcement of copyright. Intellectual Property Rights 6
  7. 7. wh--*-' s r‘ ~ .2 . . " CtL| S OlL"al‘€ "‘ll“csC‘] W3 A CRIME. 4 Software Piracy or counterfeiting is defined as the illegal co ying of software combined with unauthorize duplication of genuine trademarks and documents 6 Software Copying Generally, licenses for one or a few copies of a computer packa e/ programme ma be purchased for a usiness or in a wor place. As, requirements increase, illegal copies are made from one of the licensed programmes and installed in other computers. 4 In addition, office software is often illegally copied into the home computer of an employee or vice-versa. Intellectual Property Rights
  8. 8. Network Piracy 6 Software piracy often occurs on computer networks when a software program is accessed by more users than what a license permits. Many network user organisations fail to realize this as a violation of copyright law 6 E. g., ERP software is sold usually on per—user license basis 6 If more users are using the same package then user organization should pay license fees to the software vendor. Intellectual Property Rights 8
  9. 9. In‘terne't Piracy 6‘ With the advent of internet and the increasing use of internet, the software piracy has grown dramatically in recent years. Through Internet, programs are uploaded to bulletin board systems or commercial on-line services which, in turn, can be downloaded or sent via electronic mail to individuals who may not hold a license to use these software. Intellectual Property Rights 9
  10. 10. Computer hardware resellers 6 The sellers of com uter software particularly the unauthorized retai ers are also involved in selling pirated software. They simply copy the original licensed) software into floppy discs or in CD OMs and sell them to the end users or install them in users‘ hardware. 6 Computer dealers more particularly, the unauthorized hardware suppliers who assemble components and sell computers to the users with software already installed. 6 Unfortunately, in most of the cases these computers are loaded with unlicensed software. In such cases, unless a license and software manuals are provided with the sale, it is likely that programs have been illegally copied. Intellectual Property Rights 10
  11. 11. Copyright (I-i. mericlmen't) i-*. c't : :.9’Jt: - ori coiriputer programmes 6 The Copyright (Amendment)/ Act, 1994 has enlarged the scope of protection of computer programs. 6 The Amendment Act confers the copyright *‘* j- holder with the additional exclusive right to sell, give on hire or offer for sale or hire any copy of the computer programs regardless 0 whether such a copy has been sold or given on will on earlier occasions. In other words, even the legitimate owner (e. g. purchaser) of a copyrighted work can not sell or rent his copy of the work. Intellectual Property Rights 11
  12. 12. fir‘ C I I‘ tiqniiarlutnrni. iII'. '.1:uu: i': .z2_' / ‘lg _ _= _¥ 7 ~ ~ l: ;:? oiscussiofl F_o_rgi_'i_1_ li_s~t Guest8ook Feedback Se. ér'<: h‘SiteMaP IT ACT 2000: Cyber Laws 6 Virus & malicious code 6 Introduction of a computer virus or contaminant (including worms, Trojans, etc. ) is covered by Section 43 of IT Act. 6 Section 65 9 6 Software piracy is illegal. 6 Posting remarks on website against the Government of India or Indian constitution is illegal 6 Creating an email account on false name is illegal
  13. 13. IT Industry 6 The computer software perhaps is the fastest growing industry in India. The sector is growing at an annual compound growth rate of over 50 per cent during the recent years 6 Do not mix up the software service with the software package export 6 Perhaps, Indian software companies are happy in exporting mainly the services since they do not have to worry much about the copyright piracy as has been taking place in the packaged software Intellectual Property Rights 13
  14. 14. NASSCOM ‘-'. , , =. tliffl? “ 6 http: //www. nasscom. in/ 6 National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) is doing pioneering work in the field of combating computer software piracy. Intellectual Property Rights 14
  15. 15. Shareware / Free software Open source 6 The licenses for most software are designed to take away your freedom to share and change it. 6 By contrast, the General Public Licenses are intended to guarantee your freedom to share and change free software 6 i. e. to make sure the software is free for all its users. Intellectual Property Rights 15
  16. 16. Free Office 1,) g, i;i. il . ll‘ Ii «I. -.. «.. ».i«, g 6 The free and open productivity suite 6 To learn more 6 http: //www. openoffice. org/ license. html 6 http: //www. openoffice. org/ FAQs/ 6 NO WARRANTY 6 BECAUSE THE LIBRARY IS LICENSED FREE OF CHARGE, THERE IS NO WARRANTY FOR THE LIBRARY, TO THE EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW. Intellectual Property Rights 16
  17. 17. Read the Cyber Law book written by Prof. Jyotindra Zaveri INfTE| i’NE'I' Ill -. ... .7.. . SII(’Ul) Rn lH) Em I m 7“—. _lJ_. _i; _., I"3__“) j"| ’llll_[llllllll| ;,ll-R‘, Il: ‘i , IIIIIIEYBI l W m C _ _L‘ _ Jyotindra Zaveri With Solved Unive rrrr y Que iiiiii Papa»: Sam 5 TI ’ir. (.l. ?.| .]. .u. l.f. L.ri. «-». .uim. .i ' i. .m. uu. -. . H . ... I run mm
  18. 18. Do you have software license? 6 What about a company who is using a computer program without license? 6 ERP software is given ‘per user license basis’ 6 For instance, DNS ERP software is designed by Jyotindra Zavefl. 6 He has not authorized anybody or any company to use the DNS ERP software package to manage business. 6 DNS ERP is registered with the Government of India. It is illegal to use without explicit permission of Mr. Zavefl 6 You may use a software that adds value to your business, so you should not mind paying for the same. Intellectual Property Rights 18
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