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    Introduction Being a part of the twenty first century can be considered privileged; you can create and share almost anything you can imagine. Most would say this is a good thing, unless you are apart of the business side of the world. Creating new products online or outside of the Internet can cost a price to the creator. With the Internet and new technologies that are available, people now can go and create new products and ideas that have not been created before. After the creating of this new

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    Slavery, A World History

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    A labor system that had previously existed throughout history, in many instances and most countries is known as slavery. So what exactly is it? How did slavery begin? And what does it mean in our world today? These are complex questions that are often asked and, possibly, by understanding the forms it takes and the roles such slaves perform. What daily life is like for those enchained and what can be done to end this demeaning practice may help in answering those questions. It is known that slavery

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    The Pros and Cons of Legalizing File Sharing of MP3s An estimated 70 million people have reportedly engaged in online file sharing, most of it illegal. Illegal downloading mostly of music and some of movies or programs, took off in the late 1990's with the file-sharing programs like Napster, Kazaa, Morpheus, Audiogalaxy, and more. Many of these programs have started charging money for downloads like Napster, have been shut down by the RIAA like Audiogalaxy, or are still downloading illegally like

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    Jamestown Project

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    The Jamestown Project discusses the monumental landmark, the colony of Jamestown, was in Atlantic History. The story of Jamestown is told in a much more authentic, elaborate style than our textbooks has presented. As Kupperman points out, Jamestown was not only important to United State’s history but also to British history. From the motivations to the lasting effects, she gives an accurate account of all components involved in Jamestown. Also, there is a chapter devoted to the Native American experience

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    For example privacy, predators can prey on you and your family by tracking your social media account such as Facebook. People uses social media platform for sexual exploitation and cyber bullying. Distribution of piracy music and movies has been on the rise, this infringes the right to Intellectual Property (IP). Addiction to social media and interactive messaging may affect a person life in how he/she communicate. Addition to online gaming and lack of physical activities

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    facilitated massive downloads of copyrighted contents without the knowledge or proper compensation of the rightful author. However, the providing, sharing, or downloading of content on these platforms is a violation intellectual property rights known as piracy.

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    1. Introduction Network Neutrality is an uprising social dilemma regarding the equality of content and users of the Internet. The debates regarding network neutrality have been exploding and thus become another fierce political issue that requires immediate attention, in order to calm the immediate situation. Network Neutrality is currently supported by majority of consumers, tech companies, and equal right’s advocates; opposition consists of Internet Service Providers(ISPs) and media distributors(writers

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    Issues on Patent and Copyright Laws In China

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    Issues on Patent and Copyright Laws In China This site contains information on China's patent and copyright law. It goes on to discuss some ethical issues about China's lack of law enforcement on intellectual property protection. History of Patent System China’s patent system can be traced back to the late Qing Dynasty when China began signing international treaties. For example, on August 18, 1903, China and the United States agreed on a treaty on navigation and commerce. The treaty provided

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    Netflix Persuasive Essay

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    free from their smartphones. At first glance this is a great alternative to having to pay a $7.00 USD fee every month. However since this is a free service questions arose at the legality of it. Showbox has been accused of copyright infringement and piracy. This has caused multiple countries to ban the use of this streaming app, or set up rules such as it being legal to stream but not download or legal to view, and illegal to host and distribute links that host unauthorized content. With this issue

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    the sea when he was a teenager and was recruited as a privateer for Queen Anne’s War. (Minster, “Biography of Edward “Blackbeard” Teach”). The time of Blackbeard’s life took place during the early 18th century and was referred as “The Golden Age of Piracy”. In order to stay a successful pirate, he wanted to be intimidating. Teach would always carry multiple weapons...

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