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Intellectual Property Piracy In todays society technology has made life easier and almost totally automated You no longer need to go to a teller in a bank to deposit withdraw or even cash a check You can even program a calculator to solve for the c value in an equation in math class To even top things off you no longer need to be at home or around a computer to go on to the internet with advancements in cellular phone technology Unfortunately there are drawbacks to the rapidly growing field of technology and computers The internet is making more and more music movies games and thousands of other software accessible Most of it is stolen or APIRATED and then put up on the internet for anybody to download and use on their PC personal computer Along the lines there are even programs that let you find download and use what you want at no charge To be able to do this hurts or even destroys the inventors very own intellectual property and they have the right to make royalties off of their idea whether it is music movies games or even businesspersonal software The loss of these properties are due to four main factors networking encryption few or no precedents and a fast growth in the PC field All of which have led intellectual property on the bleeding edge of the technology world but has not totally eliminated it from the market Some companies are improving in those area with better programing and encrypting Also with the help of the United States government in making laws standards and agencies totally focused on this area of technology The first issue is networking Whether its on a local level such as an intranet or LAN local area network where only a few computers are networked or connected together and have file sharing access or as a world wide factor as the
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