TED Talks: Copyright

Our recording:

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Vasanth Prabakar 9:02 PM

Lee Wright 9:03 PM
It’s about how Youtube deals with copyrighted materials and protects them as required.

Vasanth Prabakar 9:05 PM

Lee Wright 9:05 PM
She was trying to explain how YouTube protects copyright so you can understand why some videos of yours may be blocked.

Diana Yarmolinska 9:06 PM

Lee Wright 9:06 PM
IP = intellectual property
IP rights => Digital Rights Management (DRM)
DRM is built into some DVDs and CDs and other videos.
She was also explaining how anyone’s video can suddenly go viral.
“Everything old is new again.”

Vasanth Prabakar 9:08 PM

Lee Wright 9:08 PM
Do not be too restrictive when defining your copyright limitations for your post.
1. Pros and cons of copyright.
What is copyright?
Protects the IP rights of the original creator of the material.
Books, songs, movies, software code, somes just concepts or ideas.
sculptures, paintings…
research data…
Lawyers are sometimes needed to define what IP is.
Unique, product of creativity
IP doesn’t need to be tangible necessarily.
Trademarks are “copyrights” for logos or company names or product names.
A royalty is a payment made to the original creator for use or sale of his IP.

Gerard Arbat 9:20 PM

Lee Wright 9:21 PM

Vasanth Prabakar 9:21 PM

Lee Wright 9:23 PM
Circle-R = registered name

Vasanth Prabakar 9:23 PM

Lee Wright 9:23 PM
Circle-TM = Trademarked name
Circle-C = Copyrighted
Different countries have different copyright laws.
I’ve seen LEWWWP students post entire PDF books of an author. Or entire songs. These are actually copyright violations.
There is a “loophole” for educators. It is called the “Fair Use Doctrine”.
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You can copyright a story concept!
There are conditions that must be met!

Vasanth Prabakar 9:30 PM

Lee Wright 9:31 PM
Some copyrights expire after 70 years after a person’s death.

Vasanth Prabakar 9:32 PM
But Royalty can be for ever?

Gerard Arbat 9:32 PM

Lee Wright 9:33 PM
Publishers take most of singers’ profits.

me 9:34 PM
Can copyright/patent be misused?

Vasanth Prabakar 9:35 PM

Lee Wright 9:37 PM
genetically modified organism

Gerard Arbat 9:37 PM

Lee Wright 9:39 PM
Copyright can prevent the spread of something wonderful that could help millions of people.
Can cause a monopoly over a vital invention.

Vasanth Prabakar 9:39 PM
is is not reproductive.

Gerard Arbat 9:41 PM

Lee Wright 9:42 PM
You buy a one-year “license” to use it for that time.
When the “license” expires, you must renew your license for another year.
Eventually, Windows will be licensed this way and you will pay for it every year.
Windows 365 is licensed only. Every year you must pay for its continued use.
Because it’s online only, they “have you by the short hairs” and you have to keep paying.

Vasanth Prabakar 9:45 PM

Lee Wright 9:46 PM

Gerard Arbat 9:47 PM

Lee Wright 9:47 PM
Microsoft monitors software licenses via the Internet. If your company suddenly is using more licenses that you have purchases, you may get a call from Microsoft that they are coming to your business for an audit.
The Japanese used to take other countries’ invention and improve them greatly.
Patent trolls

Vasanth Prabakar 9:51 PM

Lee Wright 9:51 PM
Small companies can’t hire lawyers and fight the lawsuit.

Vasanth Prabakar 9:53 PM
Like land-line into cellphones

Lee Wright 9:53 PM
Miniaturization, digitialization…
New type of battery that lasts longer…

Vasanth Prabakar 9:56 PM
we need to make some exceptions…

Lee Wright 9:56 PM
Must have some IP rights.
Profit is a strong motive!

Vasanth Prabakar 9:57 PM

Lee Wright 9:57 PM
We can sue China but getting China to pay or respect our suit is the hard part.

Vasanth Prabakar 10:00 PM
Like Android OS

Gerard Arbat 10:01 PM
GPL licrnse

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