through the let-the-community-do-its-job dept
As Mimi demonstrates with all the giant copier, copying a work means copying its attribution too:
just copy the credit combined with the work
When anyone copy tracks and films, they do not replace the writers’ names. Plagiarism is one thing else: it really is lying. If Copyright has such a thing regarding plagiarism, it is it easier to plagiarize (because works and their provenance aren’t public and are therefore easier to obscure and lie about) and increases incentive to do so (because copying with attribution is as illegal as copying without, and including attribution makes the infringement more conspicuous) that it makes. Us Copyright legislation will not protect attribution in the first place; it really is worried just with “ownership,” maybe maybe perhaps maybe not authorship. Numerous music artists signal their attributions away because of the “rights” they offer, which explains why it could be hard to understand which musicians contributed to works that are corporate.
We elected Beethoven to illustrate exactly exactly how copyright has nothing in connection with preventing plagiarism. All Beethoven’s tasks are when you look at the Public Domain. Legally, you can easily just just simply take Ludwig van Beethoven’s tracks, Jane Austen’s novels, or Eadweard Muybridge’s photographs and put any true title you would like on it. Read More