Results for: Piracy

In Intellectual Property

What is piracy?

In computer terms, piracy is the copying and distribution of copyright-protected software without permission of the copyright holder. Traditionally, computer piracy refers to (MORE)
In Video Games

What is a piracy site?

A piracy site is a place where you illegaly download music, movies, games, software, etc. that are copyrighted. You can be sued for downloading movies through bit torrent trac (MORE)
In Pirates

What is maritime piracy?

"Maritime piracy" is robbery committed at sea, on a river, or sometimes on shore, without permission from a nation.
In Intellectual Property

Is piracy common?

now a days piracy was rampant. nevertheless, companies have evolved methods to fight it such as placing movies cheaper in stores for sale wich has been proven to bring this pr (MORE)
In Intellectual Property

How did piracy start?

In the early years of computing, programs were not explicitly protected by copyright law as they now are, so people copied, altered, and distributed them at will. By the time (MORE)
In Pirates

Who are the people who do piracy?

many times, someone might be part of a country's navy, sailing to war. When they return to their homeland, however, the government may dispatch them, often times failing to gi (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is typo-piracy?

Typo-piracy is a common variation ofcybersquatting, in which common misspellings of a domainname are used to mistakenly attract consumers . Example: a user types "favebook. (MORE)
In Intellectual Property

Is there piracy in cyberspace?

Absolutely. The ease of copying and distributing online makes it exceptionally convenient for rampant infringement.
In Copyright Law

What is office piracy?

Computer piracy is the copying and distribution of copyright-protected software without permission of the copyright holder. Office piracy is the unauthorized copying and distr (MORE)
In Law & Legal Issues

Why there is piracy?

One of the most important features of the Internet is its openness: It uses free, publicly available standards that anyone can access and build to, and it treats all traffic t (MORE)