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Avengers Infinity War download, Is it fair?

Simple answer is NO!  Marvel Studios is a commercial entity. They need to make money and recover their huge investment in the movie, which could cost them as much as $500 million if production & marketing costs are taken into consideration. If crucial audience like us will download movies over internet, Production team will have to face loss. If this will remain continues, defiantly standard of movies will go down slowly.

Is downloading music for personal private use considered fair use or copyright infringement?

Here is debate on is downloading movies is fair ? Best answers collected from internet.

Curious about what’s considered legal and what is not. Does distribution make it illegal?

Does selling it make it illegal?

Does listening to it in public make it illegal?

Or was it illegal to begin with?

And how does thepiratebay play into this? I know they’ve been shut down and always seem to find a loophole or way to keep distributing.

I feel like this is a really stupid question, but it’s hard to find clear answers.

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Next answer on downloading music/movies fairness

Here you go. Short answer: Violating the exclusive rights of the copyright holder is illegal. Yes, pirating music is illegal.

To add, downloading is not usually illegal, it’s the uploading that gets you in trouble.

 That’s not correct. Downloading stuff without permission is incredibly, incredibly illegal.
I don’t think it is. I’ve tried to look up the laws that would prohibit it, even if it was for a single state, and the only things I could find never covered downloading.

 In order to be guilty under the law, you would have to violate the exclusive rights of a copyright holder. Those 6 rights are as follows:

  1. To reproduce the copyrighted work in copies or phonecards;

  2. To prepare derivative works based upon the copyrighted work;

  3. To distribute copies or phonecards of the copyrighted work to the public by sale or other transfer of ownership, or by rental, lease, or lending;

  4. in the case of literary, musical, dramatic, and choreographic works, pantomimes, and motion pictures and other audiovisual works, to perform the copyrighted work publicly;

  5. in the case of literary, musical, dramatic, and choreographic works, pantomimes, and pictorial, graphic, or sculptural works, including the individual images of a motion picture or other audiovisual work, to display the copyrighted work publicly; and

  6. in the case of sound recordings, to perform the copyrighted work publicly by means of a digital audio transmission.

None of these rights seem to be infringed upon when you download a copy of something that is copywritten. The owner of the copywrite can still “reproduce” and “distribute the copyrighted work.” Downloading doesn’t stop them from “transmitting” or “displaying” the copyrighted work either.

None of these rights seem to be infringed upon when you download a copy of something that is copywritten.

It’s “copyrighted.” And what. The very first thing on the list, kiddo. Making a copy is not okay.

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Answer on is downloading fair or illegal in USA

In the US at least it is copyright infringement because you are “reproducing” the work without permission. Distributing it, selling it, publicly playing it, etc. could get you a harsher penalty, but it’s still illegal to downloading over internet in the first place.

The pirate bay manages to stay online because they keep switching which country their servers are hosted in. It takes time for the DMCA and similar organizations to petition the country to have them shut down, and when they inevitably do get shut down they just start up a copy of the database on a server somewhere else. If you’re asking how they avoid being arrested, well, they were arrested back in 2009 for copyright infringement.

Keep in mind a lot of copyright law is somewhat up in the air. Questions of whether someone in one country has the ability to shut down an infringer in another country and whether streaming pirated content is illegal are very debatable, and there are pieces of legislation being introduced specifically to deal with that sort of thing.

 Is Uploading fair by downloading over internet

It is illegal to be in possession of stolen goods, like illegally downloaded music. It is also illegal to distribute music purchased legally without permission of the owner.

Is uploading movies is legal or illegal

By: dbe7 3 points·2 years ago·edited 2 years ago

It’s not copyright infringement to download. To be clear, if you see or listen to anything on the internet, you’ve downloaded it. Saving it is another matter (and appears to be mostly okay).

Where people get in trouble is uploading. And selling it is definitely illegal. Torrents count as distribution because you’re uploading while you downloading over internet.

Also note that there’s virtually no way to tell how you obtained a piece of music that you own. I can rip a CD and mail you the digital copy, and I’m guilty of copyright infringement, but you’re not.

The Pirate Bay is an interesting case because they don’t share anything, they pool a list of people who are sharing it. It’s a bit of a legal gray area. Napster did the same and got busted but that was in the U.S. and it was a different time legally. Currently, Google is (and was) guilty of doing what Napster did but because it’s not their primary purpose or use that seems to save them.

As for listening in public, even if you own a CD legit, if there are more than some threshold of people who can hear it, it may count as a public performance and you can get in legal trouble.

The final word on all of this is that the law is iffy in some areas because rights holders use bully tactics to enforce rules that may not be consistent with the law. For example taking down YouTube videos that fall under fair use. And if you get sued for something you believe it legal, you may not have the resources to defend yourself

The Illegal Downloading Debate: Is it OK to uploading downloading  Songs without Paying?

Content download is an independent activity that is separate and not the same as illegal confiscation.

By definition, if I put a printed, paper book out in the middle of a road, and walk away, anyone can get it. If I take that same printed, paper book and lock it away in a room, there is an ancient social expectation that it is improper to take that book from me. In one case, the book is out in the open, in another, the book is not.

The same way with content on the Internet. The Internet is an open road. Anyone can drive on the road. If I upload content, anyone can have it. The Internet itself is not a locked room.

Of course, I can put a login screen and a full security system on top of that content. Should the security system meet full PCI requirements with the content shrouded in verifiable DRM, then I have created a room, the breach of which would be questionable. Other than that however, direct download of content will never meet the definition of illegal confiscation.



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