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You are the original composer and performing artist of a hot, new pop song. Your music director, Christine, has praised you on your composition and she feels that your song is going to generate significant

Mini Project 2: Copyright Ownership and Violations

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

·        Explain intellectual property rights as applied to a scenario.

·        Describe violation of copyright privileges as applied to a scenario.

Assignment Requirements

You are the original composer and performing artist of a hot, new pop song. Your music director, Christine, has praised you on your composition and she feels that your song is going to generate significant revenue. You are enthusiastic and talk to your sales manager, Robin, about the projected income.

To your surprise, you learn that your composition has been illegally distributed among a large audience of music lovers and that the expected revenue projections seem to be unachievable. You try to figure out the reasons for the illegal distribution. Robin tells you about peer-to-peer (P2P) networks and how P2P—a social networking tool—is popular for sharing digital music.

With the consent of your entire team, you decide to have a press conference. Robin asks you to emphasize the following points to help your case:

·        Violation of your copyright privileges, and how you feel knowing that thousands of users are simply copying and sharing your composition, for which they might have paid for otherwise

·        Enabling your case as a consideration in the purview of “fair use” under the law

·        Your feeling about the reduction in your expected income from your creative efforts that you will face due to the unethical and illegal file sharing technology

For this assignment:

1.     To further get everything on record, write a summary report that includes the following:

·        A description of the points you made in the press conference

·        A description of the specific intellectual property laws that were violated in your case

·        Proposed remedies the law(s) provides for the listed violations

Required Resources

·        Course textbook (Chapter 10)

·        Internet access

Submission Requirements

·        Format: Microsoft Word (or compatible)

·        Font: Arial, size 12, double-space

·        Citation Style: APA style

·        Length: 1000 words

Self-Assessment Checklist

·        I commented about how I would feel, either positive or negative, about the loss of IP income.

·        I commented about the fair use argument regarding the loss of IP rights.

·        I correctly identified the laws that were violated.

·        I suggested some legal remedies that might be available.

·        I created a professional, well-developed report with proper documentation, grammar, spelling, and punctuation.

·        I followed the submission guidelines.

Notes:

·        A part of points will be taken off for each criterion that was not met.

·        References (Cited properly, using APA citation style: library.cornell.edu/newhelp/res_strategy/citing/apa.html#apa)

·        Late submission will be subjected to a point reduction each day after the deadline until it runs down to zero.

This criterion is
linked to a Learning Outcome
Description of criterion

100 pts

Full
Marks

Answer
all required questions and provide clear and correct explanations. Writing
shows a clear logical link between those concepts. Synthesize information
from multiple sources (lectures, readings, activities) and derive a
conclusion in your own words. The terminology used is clearly defined.
Notes: 1. Answer is no less than 1000 words 2. References Cited properly,
using APA citation style.

60 pts

Partial
Marks

Response
provides most of the content required by the prompt but requires further
improvement in clarity of argument and relevancy.

0 pts

No
Marks

No
posting, or response but with minimum effort.

100 pts

You are the original composer and performing artist of a hot, new pop song. Your music director, Christine, has praised you on your composition and she feels that your song is going to generate significant
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