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What do you mean by Sotware Priracy..?

Asked by Ashish Dash, 04 Mar '08 05:30 pm
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The copyright infringement of software (also known as software piracy) refers to several practices when done without the permission of the copyright holder:

Creating a copy and/or selling it. This is the act that some people refer to as "software piracy". This is copyright infringement in most countries and is unlikely to be fair use or fair dealing if the work remains commercially available. In some countries the laws may allow the selling of a version modified for use by blind people, students (for educational product) or similar. Differences in legislation may also make the copyright void in some jurisdictions, but not the others.
Creating a copy and giving it to someone else. This constitutes copyright infringement in most jurisdictions. It is not infringing under specific circumstances such as fair use and fair dealing.
Creating a copy to serve as a backup. This is seen as a fundamental right of the software-buyer in some countries, e.g., Germany, Spain, Brazil ...more
Answered by GOPI KUMAR, 04 Mar '08 05:33 pm

 
  
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Im more simpler terms... Are you running Windows or any software without purchasing/Registering ... then you are using Pirated Software
Answered by rajaganapathy kamatchinathan, 04 Mar '08 05:34 pm

 
  
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