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    normally regional; each region abides by different laws (YU, 2012). Still the software copyright holders can’t attain the patent protection worldwide. As a substitute they obtain the patent rights in each region or country they want to sell these works or products (YU, 2012). This paper will outline what Justification and rights that are obtained and how strong of a defence can be enforced in conjunction with the variations of the Intellectual property rights in each region and country. There are

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    The Digital Millennium Copyright Act and DeCSS

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    its source code.  DeCSS is a utility that allows the circumvention of the encryption built into most DVDs.  Specifically, the paper examines the implications of the court decision on a range of issues including source code as free speech, HTML linking, and fair use. In 1998, the United States Congress passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).  Congress intended the bill to update US copyright laws to deal with digital media.  They believed that digital media such as DVDs would be pirated

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    Region Coding Consumer protection or Consumer Manipulation Introduction With the advent of digital media has come a better ability for the owner of a copyright to protect the copyrighted work. Some mediums such as DVD have multiple levels of copy protection: 1. CSS scrambling for the video data on the disc, 2 . Macrovision for analog signal protection from the player, and 3. Region coding of a DVD disc and DVD player to prevent disc from being played in other parts of the world. Macrovison

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    Superfund Contamination

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    waste transfer, disposal, and storage facility (5). The facility was located on a 10-acre site in Hamilton (5). Chem Dyne dealt with wastes such as pesticides, a... ... middle of paper ... ...egion 8 CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY Region 9 AS, AZ, CA, GU, HI, NV, TT, CM Region 10 AK, ID, OR, WA As disconcerting as the facts are, it is comforting to know that there are resources for people who are interested in understanding what is happening around them and what they can to about it. There are

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    it, the now ubiquitous DVD. The acronym “DVD” originally stood for Digital Video Disc, but as this versatile technology found more and more uses in non-video applications, it has come to be known by many as the Digital Versatile Disc. Officially, the members of the DVD Forum (maintained by Toshiba) never came to a decision on the matter, so the name of the format remains “DVD,” and the meaning of the “V” remains ambiguous. But despite the confusion over the acronym, the DVD has taken the world by

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    Blue Ray

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    Blue Ray 1: A little science first 2: Blue? 3: The history of CD 4: The consortium 5: Why Blu-ray? 6: Store! 7: Get RID of it 8: The recording technology 9: Groovy! 10: Land Ho! 11: Those who not like it 12: MPEG 13: Basic Blu-ray Disc Characteristics 14: Main Specifications 15: Conclusion 1:A little science first As we all know, CD players and recorders read and write the CD’s with the aid of a laser. Laser is short for: Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation

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    DVD Vs. VCR

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    differences between the average home Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) and the recently developed Digital Video Disc (DVD) system. These two home entertainment components have very clear differences. It is important for consumers to carefully consider each of these concerns before deciding on the home entertainment component that is right for them.When considering the purchase of a home VCR or DVD system, consumers should carefully examine the varying costs of the two components. If cost is a concern, consumers

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    The definition of a gene nevertheless has changed over the years. A gene is the molecular unit of heredity of a living organism. Genes hold the information to shape and uphold an organism’s cell, and ravine genetic traits to offspring. All living things have genes. Some genes are visible, some are not. On the other hand, transcription is operated by an enzyme called an RNA polymerase. In prokaryotes, transcription occurs in the cytoplasm, but in eukaryotes, it occurs in the nucleus, where the DNA

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    The Newly Proposed Copyright Law in Germany

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    type of content or the media that conveys it. For example it is perfectly legal to record radio or television broadcast, make a copy of your favorite CD for use in a car, or encode it as MP3 to load the songs on a MP3 player, Software or movies on DVDs can be copied for back up purposes in case the original media gets destroyed. Schools and Universities enjoy special freedoms. Without special authorization of the content owners they are allowed to reproduce or show any content they legally own

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    China. It will focus on the software patent and copyright issues that are prevalent in the PRC (People’s Republic of China, including Taiwan (R.O.C. – Republic of China), and Hong Kong). The paper will include personal experiences encountered in this region of the world. In addition, it will include an in-depth analysis on the topic with industry and academic references to defend a particular moral/ethical position, in which software piracy may seem a part of the Chinese culture but is clearly ethically

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