CONCEPTS IN THE COPYRIGHT ACT Copyright is an intellectual property right which is legally enforceable. According to the concept in the Copyright Act, a copyrighted work prevents stealing and infringing of a person’s original creations. These are the following works that can be copyrighted under the Copyright Act; - Dramatic works (scripts,
According to Benjamin, translation has the same value and follows the same rules as those in the realm of art. Translation is not a secondary product of literary work, but a form of artistic writing parallel to any literary work. Such a claim proves that the work of art is not restricted to the “original” language, but also goes beyond that to encompass translation as well. This suggests that the status of translation acquires a significant autonomy in its own
WHAT GOD SAYS ABOUT MUSIC Eurydice V. Osterman, D.M.A. AWSAHM MUSIC, INC. P.O. Box 3586 Huntsville, AL 35810-0586 Copyright 1997 by Eurydice V. Osterman Huntsville, Alabama Edited by Oliver J. Davis, D.A. Cover Design by Howard Bullard, Oakwood College Graphixx Author’s Photo by Glamor Shots All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying and recording, or by any information storage and retrieval system without written permission from the author.
acts which do not constitute any infringement. Some examples are enumerated herewith. In case of Literary Works The following acts will not be regarded as infringement of copyright in case of literary works that is to say these are fair use of copyright relating to literary works - (a) The private use including research and criticism or review of the work; (b) Using work for the purpose of reporting current events in a newspaper, magazine or similar periodical; (c) Using work for the purpose of reporting current events by the means of broadcast or in a cinematograph film or by the means of photographs; (d) The reproduction of work for the purpose of a judicial proceeding or for the purpose of a report of a judicial proceeding; (e) The reproduction or publication of any work prepared by the Secretariat of a Legislature exclusively for the use of the members of that legislature; (f) The reproduction of work in a certified copy made or supplied in accordance with any law for the time being in force; (g) The reading or recitation in public of any reasonable extract from a published literary or dramatic work; (h) The reading or recitation in public of any reasonable extract from a published
Ultimately, the first amendment grants the press special privileges, but they are not guaranteed all access. The press is not free to do anything they want, they have special rights to get and disseminate information while facing certain restrictions. The first amendment reads, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press: or the right of people to peacefully assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” (Zelezny, 2011:41). The amendment is not interpreted by the courts absolutely or literally. There are restrictions on speech and the press.
Hence there is no discrimination. However, the point that the Supreme Court seems to be missing is the freedom of personal liberty. (“Life, Liberty of Property without due process of Law”)While the object of the 14th amendment was to enforce absolute equality, it included personal liberty. If the amendment is enforced in its true meaning, it means to protect all civil rights that pertain to freedom and citizenship. Liberty consists of the power to move around and follow one’s own will under without any restraint unless prohibited by law.
PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION REGARDING CHILD TRAFFICKING: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES INTRODUCTION Public Interest Litigation is a litigation which mainly focuses for the protection of the interest of the public. It is originated in a court of law, but not by the aggrieved party but by the court itself or by any other private party . It is basically a power given to the public by court through judicial review. It is not mandatory for the jurisdiction of the court that the person whose right has been infringed should approach the court personally. Public Interest Litigation is neither defined in any statute nor in any act .
Everybody can have their own opinion on the topic, it doesn't have to be the way the author even intended for it to come across. Which can be seen in the photo below. What an author actually means. Source: 9GAG What this picture is depicting, is that the way an author may write something doesn't have a special meaning behind everything. There can be instances where it does symbolize something, but not all the time.
It conveys their messages in a direct way through its characters, which could be human, non human or even an inanimate thing. Neither it is limited to any period nor does it stick to any literary movement. There is no writer of the folk tales, they get evolved with the passage of time from the masses. It may also have poems, songs or riddles in between the story. On the other
They determine how an unjust acquisition or transfer of property should be rectified. The entitlement theory says nothing about the process of initial appropriation. However, Nozick appeals to a “Lockean provision” such that an individual can legitimately claim possession of the natural world. Kymlicka summarizes the sentiment succinctly, that is, people own themselves; the world is initially unowned; you can acquire absolute rights over a disproportionate share of the world, if you do not worsen the condition of others ; it is relatively easy to acquire absolute rights over a disproportionate share of