scroll to top
Stuck on your essay?
Get ideas from this essay and see how your work stacks up
Word Count: 298
Copyright privacy pirating in China is just like the wild grasses in our backyards We claim everyday to eliminate them while they win the game at last all the time Why do these wild grasses which are heavily threatening the development of Chinas IT industry have such an invincible growing I think it is Chinas government who should be responsible for that rich ground and the situation will remain unchanged until more severe actions are taken Two kinds of people directly result in the prosperity of copyright pirating One is the supplier including the illegal producer and some retailer the other is the user who eventually buys those pirate materials Both of them can gain considerable profits by devoting to the illegal deal It is completely a win-win situation except for the risk of being caught by the government Then lets see the result or something called punishment of being caught due to copyright pirating The suppliers may pay some penalties or be sent to prison for a couple of months however comparing to the great gains they may have counting the low frequency and efficiency of the governments action the job of copyright pirating in China is much safer than investing in the stock market The other related group end users even didnt have to pay anything for their illegal actions some years ago All the influence the government exerts on the violators is too tiny to force them to stop their job on hand and turn to make a tradeoff Although the government has realized their urgent central role in the protection of copyright privacy their actions and the punishments are still far from enough I believe only some stricter rules are worked out will the copyright pirating in China be really prohibited in the end
@Kibin is a lifesaver for my essay right now!!
- Sandra Slivka, student @ UC Berkeley
Wow, this is the best essay help I've ever received!
- Camvu Pham, student @ U of M
If I'd known about @Kibin in college, I would have gotten much more sleep
- Jen Soust, alumni @ UCLA