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In connection with the Legal Education Track, this talk will give a basic breakdown of copyright law in the European Union and how it applies to software development.

In connection with the Legal Education Track, this talk will give a basic breakdown of copyright law in the European Union and how it applies to software development.

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  1. 1. 11.11.2022 – SFSCon’22 Niharika Singhal · Project Manager · niharika@fsfe.org What is Copyright? Credit: Markus Winkler Unsplash License
  2. 2. Basics of Copyright What rights are protected by copyright? What is copyright infringement? Copyright & Copyleft AGENDA
  3. 3. Copyright protects original works of authorship of literary and artistic works. Credit:NguyenDucQuang Credit:Drablenkov Credit:recep-bg Credit:andresr Credit: Jeremy Bishop on Unsplash Credit:THEPALMER
  4. 4. Can you guess if these are copyrightable? Quiz Time!
  5. 5. Credit: NBC
  6. 6. Unsplash+ License
  7. 7. Credit: Kazuo ota,Unsplash License
  8. 8. Credit:THEPALMER Credit: Theodore Thomas Collection, Rosenthal Archives of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association
  9. 9. Credit: Florian Olivo Unsplash license
  10. 10. - No need for any literary or artistic merit. Just originality! - Idea- expression dichotomy - Creative works that express human thoughts & expressions. - How long does a copyright last? In EU : Life of author + 70 years If the copyright is shared by several co- authors, it will expire 70 years after the death of the longest surviving co-author.
  11. 11. What type of rights are protected by Copyright? Economic rights – Right of reproduction; Right of performance, broadcasting and communication to the public & making available; Rights of translation & adaption Moral rights – Right of attribution; Right of integrity
  12. 12. What is copyright infringement? Credit:Olivier Le Moal Any use or production of copyright protected material without permission of copyright holder.
  13. 13. In EU, as regards infringement of copyrights is concerned , a comprehensive level of harmonization is provided for in Directive 2001/29/EC (“Information Society Directive”) . EU member states to provide for civil and criminal remedies under national laws for copyright infringement.
  14. 14. Copyright holder can claim: 1. Injunctive relief 2. Recall or restitution of infringing goods. 3. Unjust enrichment 4. Damages: - Actual damages - Loss of profits due to infringement - Reasonable royalties 5. Losing party has to reimburse the winning party’s lawyer’s fees. Unlawful exploitation of copyrighted works- Max. imprisonment of 3 years or fine. Unlawful exploitation of copyrighted works on a commercial scale - Max. imprisonment of 5 years or fine.
  15. 15. Copyright “The author has the exclusive right to permit others to use his/her work"
  16. 16. Copyleft (Share Alike) “Copyleft is a general method for making a program (or other work) free, and requiring all modified and extended versions of the program to be free as well.” — Richard M. Stallman
  17. 17. Niharika Singhal · Project Manager · niharika@fsfe.org Thank You! This presentation is under the CC-BY-4.0 license. Content may be quoted, reproduced and distributed provided that the source of information is acknowledged. Source of images and icons: Unsplash Undraw iStock

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