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Piracy And Law In US

There are many laws are developed by the constitution of the U.S related to piracy. These laws are developed for the welfare of the peoples in the U.S.  The copyright laws are related to piracy. If a person creates videos or movies and registered in copyright, he can only power to publish it. If any person tries to infringement it, it is piracy. Movies, videos, computer software, and music are all part of the intellectual property—products of human intelligence. As technology has changed from analog to digital, it has become easier to store and transmit types of intellectual property over the Internet from one user to another. This kind of technology sometimes results in a collision between quickly evolving technology and decades-old copyright law.



The NET Act (No Electronic Theft) is a law developed by the constitution of the U.S meant to combat online piracy and distribution of copyrighted material. The target of the NET Act is to deter people from downloading or uploading material by threatening large fines, and prison time. NET was introduced to the U.S. Congress in the mid-1990s. Lawyers In United States are eligible to handle any cases related to piracy.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)

In the mid of 1998, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is an amendment to Title 17 of the United States law. The DMCA was enacted by the federal government to legal response to changes in technology which made the copying of media far easier than it had been in the past.

The major effect of DMCA has been to criminalize the production, distribution, and sales of any method of circumventing the copyright protection measures commonly known as digital rights management(DRM). The Act defines that video recorders must use a specific type of copy protection to prevent DVDs from being copied via VCR. In effect, this awarded a copy protection monopoly to the Rovi Corporation known as Macrovision at the time. Attorneys from United States are capable and responsible to handle cases related to DMCA.

Computer Fraud And Abuse Act

The law of computer fraud and abuse act was enacted in 1986, the original version of this act was passed by Congress and President Ronald in response to the growing problem of computer network hacking. Since that time, the Abuse Act has been amended six times by subsequent legislation, with the latest changes incorporated by the Identify Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act. The law allows the government to take action where risks are apparent to the government or assets that the government has an interest in, including financial companies and banks. 

There are many laws are developed by the constitution of the U.S related to piracy. These laws are developed for the welfare of the peoples in the U.S.  The copyright laws are related to piracy. If a person creates videos or movies and registered in copyright, he can only power to publish it. If any person tries to infringement it, it is piracy. Movies, videos, computer software, and music are all part of the intellectual property—products of human intelligence. As technology has changed from analog to digital, it has become easier to store and transmit types of intellectual property over the Internet from one user to another. This kind of technology sometimes results in a collision between quickly evolving technology and decades-old copyright law.

The NET Act (No Electronic Theft) is a law developed by the constitution of the U.S meant to combat online piracy and distribution of copyrighted material. The target of the NET Act is to deter people from downloading or uploading material by threatening large fines, and prison time. NET was introduced to the U.S. Congress in the mid-1990s. Lawyers In United States are eligible to handle any cases related to piracy.

Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)

In the mid of 1998, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is an amendment to Title 17 of the United States law. The DMCA was enacted by the federal government to legal response to changes in technology which made the copying of media far easier than it had been in the past.

The major effect of DMCA has been to criminalize the production, distribution, and sales of any method of circumventing the copyright protection measures commonly known as digital rights management(DRM). The Act defines that video recorders must use a specific type of copy protection to prevent DVDs from being copied via VCR. In effect, this awarded a copy protection monopoly to the Rovi Corporation known as Macrovision at the time. Attorneys from United States are capable and responsible to handle cases related to DMCA.



Computer Fraud And Abuse Act

The law of computer fraud and abuse act was enacted in 1986, the original version of this act was passed by Congress and President Ronald in response to the growing problem of computer network hacking. Since that time, the Abuse Act has been amended six times by subsequent legislation, with the latest changes incorporated by the Identify Theft Enforcement and Restitution Act. The law allows the government to take action where risks are apparent to the government or assets that the government has an interest in, including financial companies and banks. 



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