There’s a lot of misunderstanding around Copyright law, especially when it’s online. You could be breaching Copyright and not even know it.
If you have ever had a piece of work stolen and published elsewhere online, you know that it can feel pretty hopeless. Nasty content thieves just don’t seem to care how they acquire anything, and their plagiarism occasionally rewards them with sweet advert revenue. Don’t despair, though, for there is hope, and it comes in the form of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
Modern technology is making it easier to catch plagiarists, but it’s an irony that technology is also making it easier for plagiarists to evade being caught. The latter phenomenon is for another day as today we focus on the positive and look at the tips and techniques for preventing online plagiarism.
People are sharing copyrighted files over the Internet every day and in every part of the world. It’s a huge problem for record labels, film studios, TV companies, and the creative people behind the albums, movies, television shows that are being shared. We want to know, What Should Be Done About Online Piracy? Many of the laws being used to tackle the problem of piracy are failing to prevent piracy.