Copyright Rights and Responsibilities (Plagiarism (Plagiarizing includes…
Copyright Rights and Responsibilities
Plagiarizing includes unacceptable paraphrasing of a text or not putting quotation marks around quotes you find in a text.Cutting and Pasting is also a form.
Websites that make students buy papers for assignments, are just websites that lure you into plagiarizing.
Plagiarism is the practice of taking someones ideas and thoughts, and claiming them as your own. Doing these actions can result in you being suspended or expelled, and can also affect your future career.
Fair Use permits limited use of copyrighted material without acquiring permission from the rights holder.
The four factors of fair use are: the purpose and character of your use, the nature of the copyrighted work, the amount of substantiality of the portion taken, and the effect of the use upon the potential market.
Fair use occurs when you use copyrighted things in education, when news reporting, criticizing, and remaking something, also known as a parody.
Copyright is the exclusive legal right, given to the creator to print, publish, perform, or record literary, artistic, and musical material, and to authorize others to do so as well.
was established in 1790, when Congress decided to make a law to protect people's work.
Results of disobeying copyright include paying a fine from $200 to 150,000 depending on how serious your case is, and even some jail time.
By licensing something, you give the editor the ability to make changes to your work.
A Licence is an agreement in which you let someone use or develop your creation, as long as you give them credit for the original work.
You can license several things like businesses, brands, and products.