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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
IN CYBERSPACE
By: Natalia San Andrés, Jose Daniel Larrea
INTELECTUAL PROPERTY
- Refers to creation of the mind
- Like: Inventions Literary Artistic words symbol Names images Desin...
COPYRIGHTS
What´s copyrights?
• Copyright is legal term describing rights given to creators for the literacy and artista
w...
COPYRIGHT
• What is covered:
• Novels, poems, Plays, newspaper, computer programs, films, software, songs
lirics, drawings...
DURATION OF COPYRIGHTS
 Author’s lifetime plus 50 years from the end of
 The calendar year in which the author dies
 50...
WIPO
• This is the World Intellectual property organization that specialized in the united
nations and they are dedicated ...
FAIR USE
• What is it?
• It is a conditional use of copyrihts just for the benefits of the real autor giving him
free spee...
THE 4 FAIR USE
• The purpose:
• non-profit education purposes
• It could be for a lesson plan
• Nature:
• That some Works ...
• Amount:
• That people evaluated the percentage of the work used on your work and ir says
that you don`t have to use more...
SOURCES
• https://www.edmodo.com/file/view-office-
online?id=a5c90831076ca1757a0c9e97edbb2a03
• Name: UMM CAS
• 22/12/2015
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  1. 1. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN CYBERSPACE By: Natalia San Andrés, Jose Daniel Larrea
  2. 2. INTELECTUAL PROPERTY - Refers to creation of the mind - Like: Inventions Literary Artistic words symbol Names images Desing used in commerce - It categories in: • industrial, trademarks, design, and geographic indications • Copyrights such as; literary, art, like novels poems, plays, films, musicals, dances, sculptures and arquitectual design.
  3. 3. COPYRIGHTS What´s copyrights? • Copyright is legal term describing rights given to creators for the literacy and artista work. Importance of copyright: • Respect intelectual rights of the author information. • Reward the creativity of the owner of the work • behavior for students, teachers, and educational community.
  4. 4. COPYRIGHT • What is covered: • Novels, poems, Plays, newspaper, computer programs, films, software, songs lirics, drawings, photographs, sculptures, architecture, maps, etc. • What is not covered by copyright: • Ideas, recipes, stock literacy, names, titles,
  5. 5. DURATION OF COPYRIGHTS  Author’s lifetime plus 50 years from the end of  The calendar year in which the author dies  50 years for films and sound recordings  25 years for typographical arrangements of a published edition  Moral rights last for as long as Copyright and can not be assigned  An author may waive his/her moral rights by signing an agreement to that effect
  6. 6. WIPO • This is the World Intellectual property organization that specialized in the united nations and they are dedicated to give the service to the public interested that want reward their creativities.
  7. 7. FAIR USE • What is it? • It is a conditional use of copyrihts just for the benefits of the real autor giving him free speech, etc • Factors of the fair use: • Nature of the copyrighted work • Amount and substantiality of the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole • Effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work
  8. 8. THE 4 FAIR USE • The purpose: • non-profit education purposes • It could be for a lesson plan • Nature: • That some Works are more valuable than others. • And that some works are more permissible than other works.
  9. 9. • Amount: • That people evaluated the percentage of the work used on your work and ir says that you don`t have to use more percentage of the neccesary • Effect: • And the final is that you can`t use the authors work for your finantial benefits or to get loose the finantial benefits of the autor.
  10. 10. SOURCES • https://www.edmodo.com/file/view-office- online?id=a5c90831076ca1757a0c9e97edbb2a03 • Name: UMM CAS • 22/12/2015

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