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The philosophy behind the public domain is simple and very powerful dzien po imprezie. To elaborate we must first look at the traditional way in which Art and Intellectual property is governed dzien po imprezie. It is controlled by one thing, and that is money dzien po imprezie. People believe that to protect ones rights and to deter theft of their work, it (the work) must be protected by making it illegal to reproduce a work without authorization by the author dzien po imprezie. Any use other than use the author, “authorizes” will result in legal action against the person or corporation who infringes, by the person or corporation who originally created the work dzien po imprezie. The law that makes it illegal to copy or reproduce a work is called fittingly “Copyright” dzien po imprezie. The ideology behind copyright is sound, however, like other ideologies and theories it is inherently flawed dzien po imprezie. People will find ways to misuse the law for a profit dzien po imprezie. When someone creates something they are “entitled” to and have “rights” to the benefits of that creation whether it be an invention, or and “original work” of art dzien po imprezie. Art can be a song, poem, story, or one of many forms of visual art dzien po imprezie. The rights that come with the creation of a work are, and should be, automatic and natural dzien po imprezie. No one besides the creator of the work should be allowed to profit from or use the work in any way without “authorization” from the works author dzien po imprezie. However this idea flies in the face of the creation process, and poses a question dzien po imprezie. Why create the work in the first place? If no one, besides the original author has any rights to the work, and no one can publish the work without permission, why create it?Culture dzien po imprezie. Copyright law protects the author of the work and gives the creator the authority to sell the work for a profit without concern of theft of the work dzien po imprezie. The author can use the work as long as they own “all rights” dzien po imprezie. What I mean by this is that the author has the option of transferring “all rights” to whomever he or she chooses dzien po imprezie. The wonderful part about this area of law is that not only can the creator profit from the work itself, the rights to the work is fully transferable dzien po imprezie. The author can transfer all rights or partial rights or set just about any limitations of usage they deem fit dzien po imprezie. This also poses another question dzien po imprezie. How do you transfer rights and why?Transferring rights to a work can get complicated and there are many ways to do it dzien po imprezie. The 3 most common are the temporary transfer, or what copyright law calls “licensing” dzien po imprezie. Here are the 3 I am referring to in order of commonality dzien po imprezie. · Commercial · Editorial · EducationalThese 3 types of licensing are “almost” all encompassing dzien po imprezie. They cover just about any use you can think of dzien po imprezie. There are many different variations of these three licenses, and most likely unlimited variations, it would take too long to go through all of them if in fact there is a limit dzien po imprezie. The main purpose of this example is simplification dzien po imprezie. The next obvious question is dzien po imprezie. “How long does copyright last?”This depends on where you are in the world dzien po imprezie. Different countries have different laws governing copyright laws dzien po imprezie. The one common factor here is “rights” dzien po imprezie. The owner of the work is the one who created it, and these rights continue on even after the authors death dzien po imprezie. Copyright can last as long as 120 years from the date of creation if created by a corporation, and life plus 70 years if created by an individual dzien po imprezie. This is according to current US Copyright Law 2004 dzien po imprezie. Now, since we have given you a brief overview of US copyright law, we will explain why we think that both the Public Domain and Copyright Law are extremely important dzien po imprezie. Copyright Law protects the original authors rights to sell their work dzien po imprezie. The Public Domain is very important in preserving culture and providing a valuable resource for all kinds of great works dzien po imprezie. It is a resource, and the language that governs this area is negative in its connotation dzien po imprezie. Typically when a work is described as being public domain, it is described as having “fallen into” the public domain dzien po imprezie. This implies a negative state, and the public domain should not be considered as a catch all for unwanted, outdated material, or worse, an archive for the dispensable dzien po imprezie. It should however, be considered as a vast natural resource, rich in culture, and fine works of art dzien po imprezie. It’s our history, it tells us where we have been and what we have done dzien po imprezie. It reminds us who we are, and possibly even where we are going dzien po imprezie. The public domain should be viewed as a Goldmine, chock full of free cultural riches dzien po imprezie. It belongs to everyone dzien po imprezie. No person can own it dzien po imprezie. Anyone, anywhere, at any time should have access to this great treasure dzien po imprezie. That is what the Public Domain is all about dzien po imprezie. It is about FREEDOM…Copyright 2005 Eric Wichman dzien po imprezie. All rights reserved dzien po imprezie. Eric Wichman is founder of PD Times, a public domain resources site specializing in free resources for web content and references for webmasters, researchers, marketers, and businesses alike dzien po imprezie. Be sure to tell your friends about this great new resource for businesses using the public domain dzien po imprezie.


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