Deep Web Information

Hi I am looking for assistance on the topic of "The Deep Web" - 10 years ago the government built a totally private, and anonymous network. My instructions state when explaining Deep Web use examples that relate to the terms Cybercrimes. Terms: cyber bullying, identity theft, calling card fraud, hac...

Movie Studio Plagiarism

How can a movie studio prevent plagiarism? (Plagiarism among studios within and/or outside a country).

Analyzing Trademark and Copyright Infringement Scenarios

1. You work for attorney Smith who works for Nike®. The slogan Nike uses is "Just Do It." Nike® representatives have approached Smith about a problem that has arisen. A small athletic shoe manufacturer has launched a campaign using the slogan, "Just do it NOW." a) What would you need to do t...

Copyright Infringement - Music

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 regar...

Intellectual Property Issues in the Napster Case

Could you please briefly summarize the intellectual property law issues in the Napster case and then explain how this decision has impacted contemporary culture. Here is a link to the case: http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/iclp/napster.htm.

A comparison of copyright laws in the U.S. and Mexico

Could you locate an article that compares and contrasts the copyright laws of the United States and another country. Please also explain the similarities and differences between the intellectual property laws and then conclude with at an analysis of which set of copyright laws you believe is better?...

Case studies in intellectual copyright

Case Study Challenge 1 Youâ??ve created a Macromedia Flash game that tests how long it takes for a player to recognize a song. A player listens to several songs for 3-5 seconds, and then has 10 seconds to select the songs from a list. The theme from â??Jeopardyâ? plays in the background while ...

Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Samara Brothers, Inc., 529 U.S. 205 (2000)

I would like these questions addressed. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. v. Samara Brothers, Inc., 529 U.S. 205 (2000) 1) How were prior cases on the question of trademark protection addressed by the Court? 2) Did any federal statute play a substantial role in the decision of the Court? 3) Explain...

Situational Problem Involving Copyright of the song "Happy Birthday."

The song "Happy Birthday to You" has universal appeal. Almost everyone knows its lyrics and melody, and it is sung to millions of people on a daily basis. However, what many people do not know is that the song "Happy Birthday to You" is copyrighted. The song was written by two sisters from Ken...

Intellectual Property - Infringement

Masters Level For the specific industries/companies you have chosen for your research (insurance companies with particular attention E-insurance), discuss what that industry/company can do to avoid infringing on the intellectual property of others? What steps should a company take to prevent accid...

Write a Case Brief

Read the Monsanto Co. v. Coramandal Indag Products case and prepare a case brief. Case can be found at: http://www.rishabhdara.com/sc/view.php?case=8644

Copyright

For each of the following situations decide if the use is legal or not (based on the fair use criteria): a. You publish a paper to the Internet and re-use a diagram found in a book. Your web-site is a subscriber (user's pay you money) based web-site. b. You go to the library to check out C...