What do you know about the current situation of the copyright industry? How much of it you don’t know?


When Xiao Mo first knew about copyright, it was probably in high school when he was a student. At that time, the Chinese teacher asked every student to have a Chinese dictionary. When he first heard of this great work of vocabulary, Xiao Mo couldn’t understand the difference between this dictionary and Xinhua Dictionary, which was used in his childhood. He only went to the book according to the name of the teacher When I finally found it, I was stunned by the price of this masterpiece. At this time, the manager of the bookstore said to me responsibly, “this is a genuine dictionary. It’s four or five hundred. You don’t need to buy such a good one. There are more than ten or twenty over there. You can use the reprinted version.” … this is a real and social reminder from the bookstore manager’s aunt, which makes Xiaomo still remember.
What do you know about the current situation of the copyright industry? How much of it you don't know?
So, what do you know about the current situation of the copyright industry? How much of it you don’t know? Today, Xiao Mo will give you a good say!

From a commercial point of view, copyright is actually the right to generate commercial interests in the reproduction, adaptation and distribution of works, so the concepts of copyright and copyright have gradually merged. China is a country of legal system. According to Article 57, Chapter 6 of the copyright law of the people’s Republic of China, the term “copyright” in this Law means copyright. Therefore, the concept of copyright mentioned in this article is consistent with that in the copyright law of the people’s Republic of China, that is, the concept of copyright.

Copyright refers to the right of the author to his works. The works mentioned here include the following categories:
Written works, oral works; music, drama, quyi, dance, acrobatic art works; fine arts, architectural works; photographic works; cinematographic works and works created by similar film making methods; graphic works and model works such as engineering design drawings, product design drawings, maps, sketches, etc.; and computer software.
According to Mohist security, the above eight categories of copyright works can be roughly divided into three categories:

1. Physical copyright, including entity model, etc;
  2. Copyright of digital products, including electronic version of written works, music, movies, electronic photos, etc;
  3. Copyright of non-standard articles, including software algorithms, data, etc.

The above power refers to the author’s personal rights and property rights according to the work, which are as follows:

1. The right of publication is the right to decide whether a work is to be made public;
 2. The right of authorship is the right to indicate the author's identity and sign his name on the work;
 3. The right of amendment is the right to modify or authorize others to modify a work;
 4. The right to protect the integrity of a work is the right to protect the work from distortion and alteration;
 5. The right of reproduction refers to the right to make one or more copies of a work by means of printing, copying, rubbing, recording, videotaping, copying, photographing, etc;
 6. The right of distribution refers to the right to provide the original or copy of a work to the public by way of sale or donation;
 7. The right to rent refers to the right to license others to use temporarily a film work or a work or computer software created by a method similar to film making, except that the computer software is not the main subject matter of the lease;
 8. The right of exhibition refers to the right to publicly display the original or copies of art works and photographic works;
 9. The right of performance refers to the right to perform a work in public and to broadcast the work publicly by various means;
 10. The right of projection refers to the right to publicly reproduce art, photography, films and works created by the method similar to film making through projector, slide projector and other technical equipment;
 11. Broadcasting right refers to the right to broadcast or disseminate works publicly by wireless means, to disseminate broadcast works to the public by cable transmission or relay, and to disseminate broadcast works to the public through loudspeakers or other similar means of transmitting symbols, sounds and images;
 12. The right of information network dissemination refers to the right to provide works to the public by wired or wireless means, so that the public can obtain works at the time and place selected by themselves;
 13. The right to make a film is the right to fix a work on a carrier by making a film or by a similar method;
 14. The right of adaptation is the right to change works and create new works with originality;
 15. The right of translation is the right to convert a work from one language to another;
 16. The right of compilation refers to the right to combine a work or a piece of a work into a new work through selection or arrangement;

What do you know about the current situation of the copyright industry? How much of it you don't know?
In view of the numerous copyright disputes in the past, the main causes of copyright disputes are as follows:
1. Lack of copyright awareness. Taking music works as an example, in the early 21st century, the phenomenon that the same music works were put on the shelves of various music software platforms was everywhere. With the popularization of copyright awareness in recent years, the number of lawsuits of music copyright disputes increased, and the music software platforms gradually became standardized.

2. The cost of copyright registration is high. Due to the high cost and long cycle of traditional copyright registration, the cost of submitting copyright registration is too high for Internet authors, so many original authors choose not to register copyright.
  3. It is difficult to provide evidence. Plagiarists of other people's works do not take the initiative to admit plagiarism, but rather take the attitude of not answering or refusing to admit. The law of our country is "who claims, who can provide proof". The original author needs to cite the copyright certificate that can be recognized by law when protecting the rights.
  4. The procedure of safeguarding rights is complex and costly. When the author's copyright is infringed, it often needs a high cost to start legal proceedings to protect the rights, and the procedures are complex and the trial cycle is long.

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