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Canadas Copyright Laws Canadas copyright law is one of our hardest laws to enforce The reason the police have so much trouble enforcing this law is due to technology This law is very easy to break and once broken it is very hard to track down violators So although some form of a copyright law is needed the one we have has too many holes to be effective There are three main ways in which the copyright law is broken in everyday life They is audiovideo tape copying plagiarism and software piracy The first and most commonly violated aspect of the copyright law is the copying of audio tapes for oneself and friends Thanks to the invention of dual cassette stereos this has become very easy You simply take an original or even another copy of a tape as well as a blank tape Stick them both in to the stereo and bingo you have a new tape You also just broke the law Along with copying audio tapes now we can copy video tapes almost as easily If you hook two VCRs together they can copy from one to the other You could rent a movie form the video store copy and return it with no one the wiser The problem with copying video and audio tapes is that for every copy you make the recording artist the actors producers and everyone else who collect royalties from the tapes lose money If the companies start to lose money they raise prices Thus a vicious circle begins As prices go up fewer people buy original copies If less people buy
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