I have a few questions about copyright infringement particularly how it pertains to music and songs, the artists and the audience.
- What is copyright infringement? What is the history and purpose of the copyright infringement law?
- How does this law affect freedom of speech and press in regards to the first amendment?
- In relation to music, how does copyright infringement protect the artist or original creator of the song?
- How and by whom is a case of copyright infringement brought to court?
- How and whom can be convicted of copyright infringement in regards to music?
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What is copyright infringement? What is the history and purpose of the copyright infringement law?
The copying of expression of a work that is registered with the copyright office of the United States by someone other than the copyright holder constitutes copyright infringement. The purpose of copyright infringement laws are to provide the owner with explicit and absolute autonomy to reproduce their work, the right to derivative works, the right to distribution, the public display right, and the public performance right. These rights are afforded to the owner of the copyrighted work and the infringement laws seek to protect these rights (Click and Copyright, 2012).
How does this law affect freedom of speech and press in regards to the first amendment?
This law does affect freedom of speech because often similarities can occur from ideas wherein ...
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Long Term Financing, Capital Stucture, Risk Management w/Acquisition Analysis
The calculations are difficult and I need help determining what formulas to use and what interpretation guidelines should be. The problem is vague so I am a little lost since it doesn't offer exact criteria. What I need is guidance through the problem and nudges in the right direction.
1: Report on Applied Materials long-term financing policy & capital structure.
a. Identify the firm's most recent long-term financing decision (e.g., debt, IPO, seasoned equity offering, secondary offering). Analyze the economic, business, and competitive background in which the financing occurred, and identify cost and risk trade-offs.
c. Discuss what changes you think would occur to your finance policy and capital structure if your firm was forced to consider re-organization and bankruptcy strategies.
d. Assume that your firm will be investing in the global market. What international investment and financing opportunities would you consider - and why? Also, discuss foreign exchange risk and give an example that analyzes how foreign exchange rates could cause a loss to the firm