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S: Piracy Project

BC: All Rights Reserved to Judith Andrea Medina Acevedo. The American School of Tampico. February 2011.

FC: Judith Medina Acevedo Ms. Perla Zamora 8B Feb. 2011 | Piracy Project

1: What is piracy? | Piracy is..... the copy illegally of published material

2: Criminal penalties for copyright infringement include: | IN USA

3: A fine of not more than $1 million and imprisonment for not more than 10 years, or both, for repeated offenses. | A fine of not more than $500,000 or imprisonment for not more than five years, or both, for the first offense.

4: Punishment for Violating Copyright Laws | A temporary injunction prohibits an individual or an entity from continuing to violate copyright until a trial or other court action is taken. A permanent injunction is a final court order that prohibits an individual or an entity from permanently violating copyright. | Injunctions

5: Monetary Damages | Actual damages are the actual losses experienced by a copyright holder when a copyright is violated. Profits are the money earned by the individual or entity when a copyright is violated.

6: Statutory Damages | A copyright holder can request statutory damages, which are calculated per work infringed. In "innocent infringement," the range of statutory damages is $200 to $150,000 per work. In "willful infringement," the range of statutory damages is $750 to $300,000 per work.

7: When Statutory Damages Are Not Available | Statutory damages are not available if the work is unpublished and the copyright violation took place before the effective date of registration. Statutory damages are not available for published works if the copyright violation took place after the first publication and before the effective date of registration. However, statutory damages are available for published works if the copyright violation took place after the first publication and the registration is made three months after publication.

8: "Little Girls are Heavens Flowers" | Criminal Penalties | If a violator is found guilty, there is a fine of up to $500,000 or imprisonment of up to five years for a first offense. For subsequent offenses, there is a fine of up to $1 million or imprisonment of up to 10 years.

10: Piratería es cometer acciones delictivas contra la propiedad, como hacer ediciones sin permiso del autor o propietario.

11: El Acuerdo Nacional contra la Piratería suscrito el pasado 15 de junio de 2006 señala que por piratería debe entenderse toda aquella producción, reproducción, importación, comercialización, venta, almacenamiento, transportación, arrendamiento, distribución y puesta a disposición de bienes o productos en contravención a lo establecido en la Ley Federal del Derecho de Autor y en la Ley de la Propiedad Industrial. | La Piratería tiene efectos nocivos en la sociedad, ya que no solo por este fenómeno se pierden miles de fuentes de trabajo, sino que además llegan a afectar a la salud (medicamentos piratas) o pueden ocasionar daños que hacen perder nuestro patrimonio (los discos piratas dañan los stereos o las luces de navidad pirata llegan a ocasionar incendios), la actitud de adquirir productos piratas puede traernos múltiples problemas. | MEXICO

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  • Title: Piracy Project
  • Based on punishments of the United States of piracy with a little bit of Mexico's piracy information.
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