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Synonyms for copyright infringement

a violation of the rights secured by a copyright

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Reverberations of dissent; identity and expression in Iran's illegal music scene.
The Commission needs to make sure that consumers continue to have access to a wide variety of music in different physical and digital formats at competitive conditions." There would be an impact in terms of competition both on the physical market and on the digital market, which "the threat of illegal music consumption (so-called piracy')" cannot justify, according to a statement, which brushes aside an argument put forward by Universal to reassure the Commission that it would impossible for it to raise its prices.
She says: "David and Emily are the same as any other teenagers, and they simply didn't realise what could happen as a result of downloading illegal music or films.
While the spokesperson would not be drawn into queries regarding the live threat posed by illegal music and movie downloads, he said: "Our business in the Middle East has continued to flourish since we opened our first store.
illegal music downloads are killing music production and future talent, your house is at risk if you set fire to it and never say to a DJ 'Can You Play It Next As We're Leaving Soon.....!'.
Illegal music downloading continues to be a major problem for recording artists.
As far as the RIAA was concerned, illegal music downloading was responsible for the dramatic decline in CD sales (Gross, 2004).
Illegal music downloaders' ethical views have also been studied.
Despite problems with piracy and illegal music downloads, the World Intellectual Property Organization says that Lebanon's music industry is mounting and could reach leading status in the region.
Stacks of computers brimming with illegal music were also discovered in the operation between officials from Phonographic Performance Limited and a team from Gateshead Council's trading standards.
The former pounds 35,000-a-year IT consultant, who worked at Virgin Media's contact centre in Stockton, compared Oink to search engines such as Google, which could also direct users to illegal music downloads.
If the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) names you in an illegal music downloading lawsuit, ignore it.
In addition, the survey asked questions pertaining to willingness to buy various forms of digital music (e.g., mean WTP for a single digital music download = $0.66) along with risk perceptions, specifically, the perceived chance of being caught for illegal music downloads (mean = 13%) and the perceived severity of punishment if caught (mean = $2,912).
There has been a notable shift away from illegal music downloads since Spotify exploded on to the scene, with teenagers in particular now favouring instant - and legal - streaming services.
Sites such as www.isohunt.com and www.thepiratebay.com have turned into the Mecca for illegal music sharers, although The Pirate Bay's recent high-profile court case against the music and entertainment industry could Soon spell the end for such portals.