Copyright and IP blog

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Literally, Copyright  “tải xuống” means “the right to reproduce the original” without missing any details about a product, service, or an idea. In a broader sense, Copyright not only covers material products It may include insubstantial products, artistic rights, television programs, industrial designs, and other forms of expression. It is like a right which allows people copy, distributes and use an original intellectual product.

Copyright is the exclusive control of reproduction and commercial exploitation of the creative domain that was effected at the time the product was created. Copyright is the form of protection provided for original works by authors, including literary, dramatic, musical, graphic, and audio-visual works. Copyright protection means that the copyright holder can control certain uses of their work. Most importantly, this protection gives copyright owners control over their content copying, adjusting, and transmitting content. Uploading and sharing content over the Internet implies many of the exclusive rights of the copyright holder. The exclusive nature of copyright means that only copyright holders can decide who engages in their content, including:

  • Audiobooks, such as TV shows, movies and online videos
  • Audio recordings and music
  • Written works, such as lectures, articles, books and music compositions
  • Visual works, such as paintings, posters, and advertisements
  • Video games and computer software
  • Dramatic works such as drama and music

Copyright enforcement is facing major challenges in the digital age. Digital technology makes it easier than ever to deliver and distribute works, giving copyright owners greater market power. However, digital technology also entails risks for copyright owners.

The popularity of the Internet, along with the advances in digital technology, has brought a lot of trouble for writers, artists, photographers etc. Today, intellectual property appropriation and falsification can be made very easy. Both information and images on the Internet will be copied to disk in just seconds via a keystroke. From then on, limiting or preventing people from using the stolen intellectual property for free is only in our imagination.
Much of this “borrowing” comes from the ignorance and misunderstand of copyright law. However, the amount of information, documents, and images on the Internet appear more and more, our chances of catching the willful illegal users will be less. Since then, it has become impossible to control all publications and websites around the world.

Therefore, learning and understanding of copyright law can help you and your work a lot. It can also save you from legal troubles by telling you about the benefits that the owners can apply to their intellectual and physical products in the case you want to use something not created by you.

Copyright is also one of the leading dynamics of the creative economy era. In a society where copyright is not respected, the interests of creators who are not secured by copyright will not be able to recognize the core values of the creative economy.

Copyright is the foundation for the advancement of culture and the arts, along with the development of the content industry, through copyright protection. The authors, the owners will benefit from the fruits of their labor and will encourage them to try to create high quality content. Therefore, the expansion of propaganda and education about copyright, the establishment of a protection system will facilitate of legitimate use by the public of objects, which protected by copyright, will provide the basis for promoting creative, high-quality content.

IP (Internet Protocol) is a set of protocols in a computer network. The use of Internet Protocol is a data-driven protocol and is used by both the source and destination servers for data transmission in a computer network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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