[AI] urdu braille

shazia rizvi s_hasan21 at hotmail.com
Tue Sep 28 00:02:08 EDT 2010


hello 

there are two ways to learn from me. I can send you the lessons by email or you can add me on windows life messenger 

or skype my skype id is pheekashaz 

regards 



 
Shazia Hasan
"When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."
-
Helen Keller

 
Shazia Hasan
"When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."
-
Helen Keller



 

> Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 09:25:54 +0530
> From: tahahaaziq at gmail.com
> To: s_hasan21 at hotmail.com; accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> Subject: Re: [AI] urdu braille
> 
> hey hi!i would be interested to learn.can you tell me how should i go about??
> regards.
> 
> On 9/27/10, shazia rizvi <s_hasan21 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >
> > hello
> >
> > if you are interested in learning urdu braille I can help you.
> >
> > regards
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Shazia Hasan
> > "When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long
> > at the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."
> > -
> > Helen Keller
> >
> >
> > Shazia Hasan
> > "When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long
> > at the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us."
> > -
> > Helen Keller
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2010 12:33:27 +0530
> >> From: smilerobin123 at gmail.com
> >> To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> Subject: [AI] urdu braille
> >>
> >> hello friends. I am very interested in learning urdu braillecould any
> >> bodytell me how could get an approach to this?
> >>
> >>
> >> On 9/24/10, accessindia-request at accessindia.org.in
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> >> >
> >> > 1. braille printers (Vgem Vadagam)
> >> > 2. Re: behaviour of my superior (Mahesh Shah)
> >> > 3. Re: behaviour of my superior (Subramani L)
> >> > 4. Re: behaviour of my superior (rahul cherian)
> >> > 5. How instal Talks on nokia N.79 (Prashanth MN)
> >> > 6. Is it legal? (Sanjay)
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ----------------------------------------------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 1
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 13:40:59 +0530 (IST)
> >> > From: Vgem Vadagam <vgemvadagam at yahoo.co.in>
> >> > To: basavaraju.d at rediffmail.com
> >> > Cc: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> > Subject: [AI] braille printers
> >> > Message-ID: <65186.16565.qm at web137418.mail.in.yahoo.com>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1
> >> >
> >> > hello,
> >> > ????????? i started to use basic -d with duxbury software from 2000. ?we
> >> > were able to give brl. material,
> >> > stories, quiz and question papers.?which is donated by rotary
> >> > club(portcity).. we got tgd software to embosse outline maps and
> >> > pictures.
> >> > it is very good.
> >> > after my retirment? as a principal i could able to collect one?basic -d
> >> > printer with duxbury? through rotaryclub,visakhapatnam. now we prepared
> >> > and
> >> > supplied?history notes for intermediate in telugu.
> >> > if anybody wants brl. material we can supply. u can contact president,
> >> > sahridayavizag at gmail.com
> >> > or vgemvadagam at yahoo.co.in? mobile.09440778183. we are planning to
> >> > release a
> >> > monthly magzine in our regional language.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 2
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 14:22:45 +0530
> >> > From: Mahesh Shah <mss447 at gmail.com>
> >> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> > Subject: Re: [AI] behaviour of my superior
> >> > Message-ID:
> >> > <AANLkTikHYCh_5bpyDThdzF3_6jpEuiXDroyBp4wDKhv4 at mail.gmail.com>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=windows-1252
> >> >
> >> > On 9/24/10, rahul cherian <rahul.cherian at inclusiveplanet.com> wrote:
> >> >> Dear Mahesh,
> >> >>
> >> >> This is a terrible situation. I think the press would definitely be
> >> >> interested to cover this. This kind of act must be exposed, in my
> >> >> opinion.
> >> >> Moreover, since C-DAC is a governmental organisation, you would
> >> >> possible
> >> >> even have a constitutional remedy.
> >> >>
> >> >> Do let me know if you need help in reaching out to the press. Subramani
> >> >> also
> >> >> should be able to cover this. Subramani what do you think? Is there a
> >> >> story
> >> >> here?
> >> >>
> >> >> Just a word of caution. going to the press has adverse effects as well
> >> >> as
> >> >> you may already know.
> >> >>
> >> >> Best regards,
> >> >>
> >> >> Rahul Cherian
> >> >> Inclusive Planet
> >> >>
> >> >> On 24 September 2010 12:28, akhilesh <akhil.akhil29 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >>
> >> >>> Dear MR. Mahesh,
> >> >>> I?m very sad and angry that such discriminatory incidence has happened
> >> >>> with you.
> >> >>> When these type of situations occur and your superior or or for
> >> >>> example, any other person behaves like this, the most effective
> >> >>> solution is to record such type of conversations probably that
> >> >>> particular recording will give you nothing for this time, but it
> >> >>> surely do two important things:
> >> >>> 1. for the next time, you?ll not be discriminated like this;
> >> >>> 2. These type of persons will surely thing at least many times
> >> >>> before
> >> >>> committing such acts.
> >> >>>
> >> >>> I?ve done recordings of these sorts of conversations and they have
> >> >>> been very very effective. Respected Vashishth sir knows about it, and
> >> >>> he himself has done recordings in some occasions.
> >> >>> With regards,
> >> >>> Akhilesh.
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>>
> >> >>> On 9/24/10, Srinivasu Chakravarthula <srinivasu at srinivasu.org> wrote:
> >> >>> > Mahesh,
> >> >>> > Yet, I don't blame your boss although he is totally wrong, unless
> >> >>> > this
> >> >>> > has happened to you in the past as well. If it was for the first
> >> >>> > time.
> >> >>> > I think, you should have taken a little effort and tell him how VI
> >> >>> > people represent across the globe and that would have surely
> >> >>> > convinced
> >> >>> > him.
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > Although it is a common attitude, but most people would not do that
> >> >>> > intentionally but due to lack of awareness.
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > Thanks,
> >> >>> > Srinivasu
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > On 9/24/10, sunil <sunilsangtani99 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >>> >> disgusting. these superiors really dont know how to talk with there
> >> >>> >> kaleeks but sir, you shouldnt give up this golden opportunity so
> >> >>> >> easyly.
> >> >>> >> you could try to understand him.
> >> >>> >> anyways friends, this is not a one- happened thing, now we strongly
> >> >>> >> nneed any rools or awairness to stop these nonsense.
> >> >>> >>
> >> >>> >> On 9/24/10, Mahesh Shah <mss447 at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> >>> >>> Dear Friends--
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> I am writing to this list after a long time. I wish to tell you an
> >> >>> >>> incident happened in my office , which shocked me.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> Every year, a delegation goes from my office, C-DAC, to
> >> >>> >>> participate
> >> >>> >>> in
> >> >>> >>> SuperComputing conference in USA. This year I put my
> >> >>> >>> self-nomination
> >> >>> >>> for this. I am the most qualified and most senior person for the
> >> >>> >>> job.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> But my boss called me for a one-to-one discussion and informed me
> >> >>> >>> that
> >> >>> >>> it will be 'embarrasing' to send a person (VI) like me in . the
> >> >>> >>> delegation. Because I will require someone's support and will hold
> >> >>> >>> someone's hand. Also if some accident happens to me because of my
> >> >>> >>> disability, he and office will be hold responsible for why they
> >> >>> >>> sent
> >> >>> >>> such a person.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> I was really shocked and upset with the behaviour. Then I withdrew
> >> >>> >>> my
> >> >>> >>> nomination for participation in the conference.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> Friends, I want to show you that how these learned so-called
> >> >>> >>> superiors
> >> >>> >>> fail to understand the VI peoples aspirations and behave in such a
> >> >>> >>> nonsense way.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> Thanks for sharing my concerns.
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> Mahesh Shah
> >> >>> >>> Pune
> >> >>> >>>
> >> >>> >>> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
> >> >>> >>> with
> >> >>> >>> disability bill at:
> >> >>> >>> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
> >> >>> >>>
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> >> >>> >>
> >> >>> >>
> >> >>> >> --
> >> >>> >> "Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none."
> >> >>> >> ~William Shakespeare
> >> >>> >>
> >> >>> >> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons
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> >> >>> >>
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > --
> >> >>> > Sent from my mobile device
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > Best regards,
> >> >>> >
> >> >>> > Srinivasu Chakravarthula
> >> >>> > Mobile: +91 990 081 0881
> >> >>> > Website: http://www.srinivasu.org |
> >> >>> > http://www.learnaccessibility.org
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> >> >>> >
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> >> >> disability bill at:
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> >> >>
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Thanks all for sharing your concerns. I really do not wish to make
> >> > a story out of this.
> >> >
> >> > Best Regards,
> >> >
> >> > --
> >> > Mahesh Shah
> >> > Pune
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 3
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 03:26:08 -0700
> >> > From: Subramani L <lsubramani.visa at gmail.com>
> >> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> > Subject: Re: [AI] behaviour of my superior
> >> > Message-ID:
> >> > <AANLkTimi=V46ENZNyORmxuWoOnuRFMw-EG+MgQW33x8y at mail.gmail.com>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> >> >
> >> > It is indeed shocking and dismaying to see someone who is technically
> >> > minded has to speak like this. Ironically, these are the very people
> >> > who seem to boast about their work on ORCA and other so-called
> >> > accessibility tools for the disabled persons . One thing they must try
> >> > developing is a device with a heart and a proper thinking brain:
> >> > things they obviously do not have. Sometimes I lose my cool on hearing
> >> > things like these since it makes me wonder what best can be done to
> >> > put sense into people's head. After all, I can write and people like
> >> > Subash Vhashisht, Kanchan or Rahul can fight, but putting sense into
> >> > people's head... Difficult thing indeed. So Mahesh, it's their loss
> >> > not your's.
> >> >
> >> > Subramani
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 4
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 16:03:54 +0530
> >> > From: rahul cherian <rahul.cherian at inclusiveplanet.com>
> >> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> > Subject: Re: [AI] behaviour of my superior
> >> > Message-ID:
> >> > <AANLkTinOQNFptBWxyiwiJ8eU0cuS93x42+vZE7AcUzkG at mail.gmail.com>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> >> >
> >> > I think that a comprehensive approach is needed, both in terms of legal
> >> > strategy as well as media engagement. One without the other will not
> >> > make
> >> > any significant difference. If we as educated, technology using persons
> >> > with
> >> > disabilities fail to respond to, and take up such issues change will
> >> > happen
> >> > only slowly. We have to make change happen and not wait for it to take
> >> > its
> >> > time.
> >> >
> >> > Mahesh, do let me know whether I should get some journalists to get in
> >> > touch
> >> > with you.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > On 24 September 2010 15:56, Subramani L <lsubramani.visa at gmail.com>
> >> > wrote:
> >> >
> >> >> It is indeed shocking and dismaying to see someone who is technically
> >> >> minded has to speak like this. Ironically, these are the very people
> >> >> who seem to boast about their work on ORCA and other so-called
> >> >> accessibility tools for the disabled persons . One thing they must try
> >> >> developing is a device with a heart and a proper thinking brain:
> >> >> things they obviously do not have. Sometimes I lose my cool on hearing
> >> >> things like these since it makes me wonder what best can be done to
> >> >> put sense into people's head. After all, I can write and people like
> >> >> Subash Vhashisht, Kanchan or Rahul can fight, but putting sense into
> >> >> people's head... Difficult thing indeed. So Mahesh, it's their loss
> >> >> not your's.
> >> >>
> >> >> Subramani
> >> >>
> >> >> Voice your thoughts in the blog to discuss the Rights of persons with
> >> >> disability bill at:
> >> >> http://www.accessindia.org.in/harish/blog.htm
> >> >>
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> >> >>
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 5
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 16:11:06 +0530
> >> > From: Prashanth MN <prashanthmn1987 at gmail.com>
> >> > To: accessindia at accessindia.org.in
> >> > Subject: [AI] How instal Talks on nokia N.79
> >> > Message-ID:
> >> > <AANLkTik+0Ydk3viF_OHWEYnPQVYen3pU-1jCRyX-_=fn at mail.gmail.com>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1
> >> >
> >> > Hello Friends: I am prashanth. i have Nokia n.79 hand set. I have to
> >> > instal Talks on it. Please help me by Giving detail Information. I
> >> > need to know how to apply lisence and how to instal. If you have any
> >> > information and patches please send me at prashanthmn1987 at gmail.com
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > ------------------------------
> >> >
> >> > Message: 6
> >> > Date: Fri, 24 Sep 2010 16:15:07 +0530
> >> > From: "Sanjay" <ilovecold at gmail.com>
> >> > To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> >> > Subject: [AI] Is it legal?
> >> > Message-ID: <002101cb5bd5$9fab5ac0$0201a8c0 at user>
> >> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="iso-8859-1"
> >> >
> >> > As I found this article interesting, I am pasting here. I would like to
> >> > know How Indian copyright laws deal with digital materials and technical
> >> > complications mentioned in this article.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > UK copyright law is a confusing mess where nobody's quite sure what
> >> > they're
> >> >
> >> > allowed to do. David Ludlow cuts through the legalease to find out what
> >> > you
> >> > can
> >> >
> >> > and can't do with your computer
> >> >
> >> > We all know that downloading movies and games over BitTorrent is
> >> > illegal,
> >> > but
> >> >
> >> > what are our legal rights when it comes to handling content we've paid
> >> > for?
> >> > A
> >> >
> >> > recent survey by Consumer Focus, a statutory organisation campaigning
> >> > for a
> >> > fair
> >> >
> >> > deal for British consumers, found that 73 per cent of the 2,026 people
> >> > asked
> >> >
> >> > were "never quite sure what is legal and illegal under current copyright
> >> > law".
> >> >
> >> > The main confusion was around digital technologies and issues such as
> >> > ripping a
> >> >
> >> > CD for use on a computer or copying files to an MP3 player.
> >> >
> >> > It's a damning statistic and shows just how complicated modern life has
> >> > become
> >> >
> >> > and how out of date our copyright laws are.
> >> >
> >> > The biggest problem is the wash of misinformation out there. It's
> >> > obvious
> >> > that
> >> >
> >> > it's illegal to download copyright-protected material from the internet,
> >> > but
> >> >
> >> > what about making copies of TV programmes or computer games that we've
> >> > bought?
> >> >
> >> > People often mention concepts such as 'fair use' and claim this gives
> >> > them
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > right to make a 'backup' copy. Unfortunately, many of these pieces of
> >> > so-called
> >> >
> >> > wisdom aren't true, and by using your computer in this way, you may well
> >> > be
> >> >
> >> > breaking the law. Fortunately, we're here to help with our guide to what
> >> > you
> >> >
> >> > can and can't do.
> >> >
> >> > off The reCorD
> >> >
> >> > The massive popularity of iTunes and the iPod, not to mention devices
> >> > designed
> >> >
> >> > for making backups of old records, would seem to imply that you're
> >> > legally
> >> >
> >> > allowed to transfer any music you've bought to your computer. Sadly,
> >> > this
> >> > isn't
> >> >
> >> > the case and converting your CDs, vinyl collection or cassettes to MP3
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > actually illegal unless you own the copyright for the material.
> >> >
> >> > The reason that copying your own music is illegal is that it's not
> >> > really
> >> > yours.
> >> >
> >> > When you buy an album or single, you pay for the right to use that music
> >> > in
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > purchased format, and not to do with it as you see fit. Converting a
> >> > disc to
> >> >
> >> > MP3 format and listening to it on your computer or MP3 player is
> >> > completely
> >> >
> >> > illegal.
> >> >
> >> > There is a silver lining to this, which is reassuring but further
> >> > complicates
> >> >
> >> > the issue. The British Phonographic Institute (BPI), which represents
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > established music industry in the UK, has stated that it won't prosecute
> >> > anyone
> >> >
> >> > who converts music they've bought into a digital format. In other words,
> >> > while
> >> >
> >> > copying music is illegal, doing so for your personal use won't get you
> >> > into
> >> >
> >> > trouble with the BPI, which is the only large organisation in the UK
> >> > likely
> >> > to
> >> >
> >> > sue over music copyright violations.
> >> >
> >> > DIGITAL MUSIC
> >> >
> >> > The rules are different for music downloads, as the format requires you
> >> > to
> >> > make
> >> >
> >> > a digital copy of a music track or album. This means that making copies
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > acceptable within certain criteria. When music was first sold online, it
> >> > used
> >> >
> >> > Digital Rights Management (DRM) to restrict the number and types of
> >> > devices
> >> > on
> >> >
> >> > which the tracks could be played. Today, no stores use DRM, which means
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > tracks downloaded could technically be copied any number of times and
> >> > played
> >> > on
> >> >
> >> > practically any device. What you're allowed to do with downloaded music
> >> > depends
> >> >
> >> > on the terms of use of the service you use. All music download services
> >> > have
> >> >
> >> > similar sets of conditions under which you can use the downloaded music.
> >> > You're
> >> >
> >> > usually granted the right to copy, burn and use tracks for your own
> >> > personal
> >> >
> >> > use.
> >> >
> >> > For example, the Amazon MP3 Music Service grants you a "non-exclusive,
> >> >
> >> > non-transferable right to use the Digital Content for your personal,
> >> >
> >> > non-commercial, entertainment use, subject to and in accordance with the
> >> > Terms
> >> >
> >> > of Use. You may copy, store, transfer and burn the Digital Content only
> >> > for
> >> >
> >> > your personal, non-commercial, entertainment use, subject to and in
> >> > accordance
> >> >
> >> > with the Terms of Use."
> >> >
> >> > Of course, there are restrictions too. To paraphrase the following, you
> >> > can
> >> > do
> >> >
> >> > what you like with the music, as long as you keep it to yourself. In
> >> > Amazon's
> >> >
> >> > case, you agree that "you will use the Service only for your personal,
> >> >
> >> > non-commercial, entertainment use and not for any redistribution of the
> >> > Digital
> >> >
> >> > Content or other use restricted in this Section 2.2. You agree not to
> >> > infringe
> >> >
> >> > the rights of the Digital Content's copyright owners and to comply with
> >> > all
> >> >
> >> > applicable laws in your use of the Digital Content. except as set forth
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > Section 2.1 above, you agree that you will not redistribute, transmit,
> >> > assign,
> >> >
> >> > sell, broadcast, rent, share, lend, modify, adapt, edit, license or
> >> > otherwise
> >> >
> >> > transfer or use the Digital Content. You are not granted any
> >> > synchronisation,
> >> >
> >> > public performance, promotional use, commercial sale, resale,
> >> > reproduction
> >> > or
> >> >
> >> > distribution rights for the Digital Content. You acknowledge that the
> >> > Digital
> >> >
> >> > Content embodies the intellectual property of a third party and is
> >> > protected
> >> > by
> >> >
> >> > law."
> >> >
> >> > While this might sound a little confusing, the upshot is that you can
> >> > back
> >> > up
> >> >
> >> > any music file you've downloaded, transfer it to CD or a music player
> >> > and
> >> > use it
> >> >
> >> > as you see fit. The key phrases are "only for your personal... use" and
> >> > "you
> >> >
> >> > will not redistribute". If your handling of the music files is for your
> >> > own
> >> >
> >> > use, without commercial interest, you're not breaking the law or the
> >> > terms
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > use set out by the music service.
> >> >
> >> > Digital licences are far less restrictive than those that cover a
> >> > physical
> >> >
> >> > product, but there's still an issue around what counts as personal use.
> >> > In
> >> >
> >> > effect, personal use allows you and members of your household to use the
> >> > music
> >> >
> >> > you've downloaded (or ripped from CD, if you choose to accept the BPI's
> >> >
> >> > assurance). Provided the people you share your music with live at your
> >> > home,
> >> >
> >> > you should be fine. Some services don't specify limits on this, but
> >> > others
> >> > do.
> >> >
> >> > For example, Apple imposes the following limit in its terms and
> >> > conditions
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > sale:
> >> >
> >> > "You shall be authorised to use the Products on up to five devices (such
> >> > as
> >> > a
> >> >
> >> > computer) with the iTunes application installed at any time, except in
> >> > the
> >> > case
> >> >
> >> > of Film Rentals."
> >> >
> >> > The general rule is that if you use and share your music fairly inside
> >> > your
> >> >
> >> > home, you won't get into any trouble. Start distributing files far and
> >> > wide
> >> > and
> >> >
> >> > you'll run into problems.
> >> >
> >> > AT The MoVIeS
> >> >
> >> > Wouldn't it be great to have an entire movie collection on your hard
> >> > disk so
> >> >
> >> > that you could access any of your films at the touch of a button? Sadly,
> >> > as
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > law currently stands, this is very unlikely be a legal option. As with
> >> > music,
> >> >
> >> > the act of copying a DVD or Blu-ray disc is illegal. The group that
> >> > protects
> >> >
> >> > the copyright of films and TV programmes, the Federation Against
> >> > Copyright
> >> > Theft
> >> >
> >> > (FACT), has never said that it won't prosecute people for copying discs
> >> > they
> >> > own
> >> >
> >> > for their own personal use.
> >> >
> >> > What's more, films almost always feature digital copy protection, which
> >> > encrypts
> >> >
> >> > the movie data and makes it harder to copy. The very presence of the
> >> > encryption
> >> >
> >> > adds further protection from another law called the Copyright and
> >> > Related
> >> > Rights
> >> >
> >> > Regulations 2003. This makes a criminal offences of "manufacturing for
> >> > sale
> >> > or
> >> >
> >> > hire, importation, advertising or marketing a service the purposes of
> >> > which
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > to enable or facilitate the circumvention of technical measures" and
> >> > "providing,
> >> >
> >> > promoting, advertising or marketing a service the purpose of which is to
> >> > enable
> >> >
> >> > or facilitate the circumvention of technical measures".
> >> >
> >> > In other words, software that would let you copy a protected disc is
> >> > illegal
> >> > to
> >> >
> >> > sell and perhaps even to buy in some circumstances. It's also illegal
> >> > for
> >> >
> >> > magazines such as Shopper to promote it. This is rather an odd law, as
> >> > it
> >> >
> >> > completely ignores how the software might be used. For example, such
> >> > software
> >> >
> >> > can be used to remove the copy protection part of a Blu-ray disc that
> >> > stops
> >> > it
> >> >
> >> > playing on a digital display that lacks high Definition Content
> >> > Protection
> >> >
> >> > (hDCP) encryption. This kind of software can also allow a PC to play a
> >> > disc
> >> >
> >> > encoded to any region, which means UK consumers could play discs set for
> >> > use
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > the US. Using this kind of software is currently illegal even if you
> >> > don't
> >> > copy
> >> >
> >> > the disc and, therefore, don't break conventional copyright laws.
> >> >
> >> > Bizarrely, under current law it's not illegal to buy pirate DVDs - only
> >> > to
> >> > sell
> >> >
> >> > them. This leads to the strange situation where doing something that
> >> > takes
> >> >
> >> > money away from the copyright holder is permitted, but using movies at
> >> > your
> >> >
> >> > convenience is breaking the law. Buying a pirate DVD and copying it
> >> > remains
> >> >
> >> > illegal because you'd be making a copy of content that's protected by
> >> > law.
> >> > This
> >> >
> >> > is why downloading a film using BitTorrent is illegal, as you're making
> >> > an
> >> >
> >> > illegal copy of the film.
> >> >
> >> > MoVIe DoWNLoADS
> >> >
> >> > Film downloads from places such as the iTunes store have similar
> >> > limitations
> >> > to
> >> >
> >> > music, but the important difference is that they're protected by DRM.
> >> > This
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > unlikely to change in the future. The limitations imposed by DRM differ
> >> > from
> >> >
> >> > service to service, but they're usually similar. Typically, you
> >> > authorise a
> >> >
> >> > computer to play a specific film, and you're usually allowed to transfer
> >> > this to
> >> >
> >> > a portable device. The DRM stops you transferring the film to a friend
> >> > or
> >> >
> >> > sharing it online.
> >> >
> >> > It's also possible to rent movies and TV shows online. Again, DRM plays
> >> > an
> >> >
> >> > important part in dictating what you can and can't do. Typically, the
> >> > system
> >> >
> >> > lets you start watching it at any time during a 30-day period. however,
> >> > as
> >> > soon
> >> >
> >> > as you click the play button, you have just 48-hours to complete your
> >> > viewing.
> >> >
> >> > The film or show can usually be viewed an unlimited number of times
> >> > during
> >> > this
> >> >
> >> > 48-hour period.
> >> >
> >> > reCorDING TV
> >> >
> >> > The UK law was changed with the advent of video recorders to let people
> >> > record
> >> >
> >> > television programmes. however, the key phrasing of the law is that this
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > allowed for "time shifting" only. In other words, you're allowed to
> >> > record
> >> >
> >> > anything on television to watch at a more convenient time but you're not
> >> > allowed
> >> >
> >> > to record programmes and keep them indefinitely. This law applies to all
> >> > forms
> >> >
> >> > of recording, whether you're using an old VCR, a hard disk recorder or a
> >> > PC
> >> > with
> >> >
> >> > a TV tuner in it.
> >> >
> >> > DoWNLoADeD ShoWS
> >> >
> >> > The popularity of catch-up services, such as the BBC's iPlayer, changes
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > situation slightly. What you're allowed to do with the files you
> >> > download
> >> >
> >> > depends on the service you're using, so read the licence agreement
> >> > carefully.
> >> >
> >> > Most have similar restrictions to iPlayer, so by using the service you
> >> > agree
> >> >
> >> > "not to attempt to, or assist any other person to, copy, reproduce,
> >> > lend,
> >> > hire,
> >> >
> >> > broadcast, distribute or transmit in any other way the BBC Content in
> >> > whole
> >> > or
> >> >
> >> > in part other than by using the 'link to this Feature' or as permitted
> >> > in
> >> > these
> >> >
> >> > Terms or to circumvent or remove the digital rights security measures
> >> > embedded
> >> >
> >> > in the BBC Content."
> >> >
> >> > As with other forms of DRM, bypassing the BBC's DRM is illegal. Paid-for
> >> > rental
> >> >
> >> > programmes, such as those from iTunes and BT Vision, have more severe
> >> >
> >> > restrictions, and the DRM usually forces you to watch the rental during
> >> > a
> >> > set
> >> >
> >> > period. See the Movies section (above) for details.
> >> >
> >> > BooKS AND MAGAZINeS
> >> >
> >> > Books and magazines are protected by copyright, so you're not allowed to
> >> > make
> >> >
> >> > copies of them except for personal research purposes (see the 'Fair
> >> > dealing
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > UK law' box on page 117), subject to certain terms and conditions. This
> >> > means
> >> >
> >> > that scanning a book and storing it on your computer is illegal.
> >> > however,
> >> > there
> >> >
> >> > are exceptions to this rule. If a title is out of copyright (see the box
> >> > above
> >> >
> >> > for more information) you can make a copy of it legally.
> >> >
> >> > For example, you could scan it into your computer. Google has done this
> >> > with
> >> >
> >> > its Books service ( http://books.google.com).
> >> >
> >> > You need to be careful, though. When a book or magazine is out of
> >> > copyright,
> >> >
> >> > its words enter the public domain, but the pictures or artwork inside
> >> > are
> >> > not
> >> >
> >> > necessarily also free to copy. In fact, publishers often commission new
> >> > artwork
> >> >
> >> > for different printings of a title, and these have separate copyright to
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > main text.
> >> >
> >> > prINT DoWNLoADS
> >> >
> >> > now that eBook readers are becoming more popular, a growing number of
> >> > titles
> >> > are
> >> >
> >> > available in digital formats. The rules governing what you can do with
> >> > these
> >> >
> >> > vary depending on the type of eBook you have. First, there are books
> >> > that
> >> > you
> >> >
> >> > can download for free from sites such as Project Gutenberg (
> >> > www.gutenberg.org).
> >> >
> >> > These books are scanned from titles that are out of copyright and
> >> > converted
> >> > to a
> >> >
> >> > range of formats for eBook readers and PCs. The important thing about
> >> > these
> >> >
> >> > books is that they're out of copyright in the US, but not necessarily
> >> > across
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > rest of the world. Before you download a title, check that there isn't
> >> > still
> >> > a
> >> >
> >> > UK copyright on the work. Provided the author has been dead for 70 years
> >> > or
> >> >
> >> > longer, you'll be able to get the title for free.
> >> >
> >> > The second type of digital books are those that you download from
> >> > bookstores
> >> >
> >> > such as CoolerBooks ( www.coolerbooks.com). These are protected by DRM
> >> > and
> >> > must
> >> >
> >> > be copied to an eBook reader using Adobe's Digital editions application.
> >> >
> >> > Depending on how you set up your software, the books you download are
> >> > either
> >> >
> >> > restricted for use on a single computer or can be copied on up to five
> >> > devices,
> >> >
> >> > which you authorise against your Digital editions account. Trying to
> >> > remove
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > DRM is against the law.
> >> >
> >> > SofTWAre
> >> >
> >> > Any software you buy is governed by a licence that states what you can
> >> > and
> >> > can't
> >> >
> >> > do with it. Typically, you're allowed to make a single backup of the
> >> >
> >> > installation media, but you should read the licence agreement to check
> >> > what
> >> >
> >> > you're allowed to do in each case.
> >> >
> >> > For example, Microsoft lets you back up your Windows 7 installation
> >> > disc. As
> >> >
> >> > set out in the end User license Agreement (eUlA): "If you acquired the
> >> > software
> >> >
> >> > on a disc or other media, you may make one backup copy of the media.
> >> >
> >> > You may use it only to reinstall the software on the licensed computer."
> >> >
> >> > If you download your software, similar rules exist and you're usually
> >> > allowed to
> >> >
> >> > make a single backup of the installation file. Microsoft has this to say
> >> > about
> >> >
> >> > downloaded versions of Windows 7: "If you purchased and downloaded the
> >> > software
> >> >
> >> > online, you may make one copy of the software on a disc or other media
> >> > in
> >> > order
> >> >
> >> > to install the software on a computer. You may also use it to reinstall
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > software on the licensed computer."
> >> >
> >> > pC BACKUp
> >> >
> >> > At this point, you may be wondering what happens if you make a full
> >> > backup
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > your PC using the built-in imaging software in Windows 7. Technically
> >> > speaking,
> >> >
> >> > if you make multiple images of your PC, you're also making multiple
> >> > backups
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > your software, so you could be in breach of some software licences. That
> >> > said,
> >> >
> >> > you're unlikely to run into any problems using this method, as these
> >> > backups
> >> > are
> >> >
> >> > stored in files that can't be accessed without the backup software and
> >> > can't
> >> > be
> >> >
> >> > used to install software from scratch. What's more, Microsoft provides
> >> > its
> >> > own
> >> >
> >> > image-based backup software with Windows 7, which you can configure to
> >> > run
> >> > on a
> >> >
> >> > schedule, creating multiple backups.
> >> >
> >> > CoMpUTer GAMeS
> >> >
> >> > Technically speaking, computer games should fall into the same category
> >> > as
> >> >
> >> > software, allowing you to make a backup of the installation media.
> >> > however,
> >> >
> >> > this isn't necessarily the case. A big problem is that games developers
> >> > often
> >> >
> >> > use copy protection to prevent their titles being copied and
> >> > redistributed.
> >> >
> >> > Breaking the copy protection to make a backup violates the Copyright and
> >> > Related
> >> >
> >> > Rights Regulations 2003 laws, in the same way that copying a DVD does.
> >> > This
> >> > is
> >> >
> >> > despite what you might read to the contrary on websites that specialise
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > providing tools to copy games.
> >> >
> >> > Downloaded games are subjected to a similar licence agreement as
> >> > downloaded
> >> >
> >> > software. Read this licence before you make any copies to make sure
> >> > you're
> >> > not
> >> >
> >> > breaking the law.
> >> >
> >> > TAKe CAre
> >> >
> >> > The law can certainly be confusing when it comes to copyright and
> >> > computers,
> >> > and
> >> >
> >> > what you're allowed to do is often dictated by the industry group
> >> > responsible
> >> >
> >> > for the content. The BPI says it won't try to sue you for copying your
> >> > music
> >> >
> >> > CDs, while the film industry body FACT claims that it will prosecute if
> >> > you
> >> > copy
> >> >
> >> > a DVD.
> >> >
> >> > Further complications are added by our odd copyright laws, which make
> >> > software
> >> >
> >> > and tools that can break copy protection or DRM illegal. This further
> >> > limits
> >> >
> >> > what we can do with digital files. It's clear that the law needs to
> >> > change,
> >> > as
> >> >
> >> > we're moving into a world where we expect to be able to view our media
> >> > where
> >> > we
> >> >
> >> > want, when we want. We shouldn't be restricted by outdated concepts
> >> > designed
> >> >
> >> > for music, films and software that are packaged on a single medium.
> >> >
> >> > In the meantime, you need to make sure you stay on the right side of the
> >> > law.
> >> >
> >> > Read the terms and conditions of the online stores from which you buy
> >> > digital
> >> >
> >> > media, and check the licence agreement for any software you own to make
> >> > sure
> >> > you
> >> >
> >> > don't fall foul of the law. Don't download any software that tries to
> >> > break
> >> > DRM
> >> >
> >> > or copy-protection, as you'll be breaking the law.
> >> >
> >> > For legal grey areas, such as copying CDs to your computer, the rule is
> >> > to
> >> > be
> >> >
> >> > careful. As long as you're only doing it for your own use and that of
> >> > others
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > your household, you're unlikely to run into any trouble with the law.
> >> >
> >> > Unfortunately, that's as unambiguous as it gets.
> >> >
> >> > Fair Dealing in UK laW
> >> >
> >> > The UK has a specific section of its copyright laws that deals with
> >> > exceptions.
> >> >
> >> > These Fair Dealing exceptions outline the situations where copyright law
> >> > doesn't
> >> >
> >> > apply. The following examples are permitted, as long as they're limited
> >> > to a
> >> >
> >> > certain degree and don't infringe the work of the copyright holder. If
> >> > you're
> >> >
> >> > in any doubt as to whether or not what you want to do falls under Fair
> >> > Dealing,
> >> >
> >> > you should contact the copyright holder and ask for permission to use
> >> > the
> >> > work,
> >> >
> >> > or contact a lawyer who specialises in copyright law.
> >> >
> >> > research For non-commercial anD privaTe sTUDy
> >> >
> >> > This allows you to make photocopies of a small number of pages from a
> >> > book,
> >> >
> >> > provided that your research has no commercial application.
> >> >
> >> > criTicism, revieW or reporTing cUrrenT evenTs
> >> >
> >> > This allows journalists to quote from a source for the above purposes.
> >> > There
> >> >
> >> > are limits, and you shouldn't use more of the source than is required
> >> > for
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > purpose of criticism and review. You should quote the original source.
> >> >
> >> > inciDenTal inclUsion
> >> >
> >> > This deals with accidentally capturing a copyrighted work, such as in
> >> > the
> >> >
> >> > background of a home video.
> >> >
> >> > library privilege
> >> >
> >> > British libraries have a special privilege that allows them to lend
> >> > copyrighted
> >> >
> >> > works, although there are still a number of restrictions.
> >> >
> >> > Time-shiFTing recorDings
> >> >
> >> > This exception was introduced in 1988 as a result of the growing
> >> > popularity
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > video recorders, and extends to any modern recording device, such as the
> >> > Sky+
> >> >
> >> > box and other hard disk recorders. The limitation of the exception is
> >> > that
> >> > you
> >> >
> >> > may only record things with the specific intent of watching them at a
> >> > more
> >> >
> >> > convenient time, not keeping them indefinitely.
> >> >
> >> > creaTing a bacKUp oF a compUTer program For personal Use
> >> >
> >> > Software, both on disc and downloaded, can be backed up, although the
> >> >
> >> > restrictions in place depend on the accompanying licence.
> >> >
> >> > When Does copyrighT expire?
> >> >
> >> > copyright exists for a limited period, after which a work is in the
> >> > public
> >> >
> >> > domain and can be copied freely. This is why you can download free
> >> > electronic
> >> >
> >> > books from www.gutenberg.org.
> >> >
> >> > Copyright differs depending on the work, the identified authors and the
> >> > country
> >> >
> >> > of origin. The length also differs between countries, so a work may be
> >> > in
> >> >
> >> > copyright in one country and in the public domain in another. In the UK,
> >> >
> >> > copyright lasts for the life of the author plus 70 years and applies to
> >> > all
> >> >
> >> > literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works. If a work has more than
> >> > one
> >> >
> >> > author, it expires 70 years after the death of the last survivor.
> >> >
> >> > A publisher's copyright is separate, and lasts 25 years from the end of
> >> > the
> >> > year
> >> >
> >> > in which it first published the work. This applies to all printed works
> >> >
> >> > including books, magazines and newspapers.
> >> >
> >> > For films, copyright is determined by the life of the principal
> >> > director,
> >> >
> >> > screenwriter, author of the dialogue and composer of any original music.
> >> > If
> >> >
> >> > none of these people is listed, copyright lasts for 50 years.
> >> >
> >> > Computer-generated works also have a copyright of 50 years from the
> >> > creation
> >> > of
> >> >
> >> > the work. TV and radio broadcasts made before 1956 have no copyright;
> >> > those
> >> >
> >> > made after are copyright for 50 years.
> >> >
> >> > Copyright lengths can change over time. In the US the Sonny Bono Act, as
> >> > it
> >> > was
> >> >
> >> > known, extended copyright, although the extension depended on when the
> >> > work
> >> > was
> >> >
> >> > created. The act was also known as the Mickey Mouse Protection Act, as
> >> > it
> >> >
> >> > stopped Walt Disney's early Mickey Mouse cartoons entering the public
> >> > domain.
> >> >
> >> > UK copyright law was also extended in 1995 from the author's life plus
> >> > 50
> >> > years
> >> >
> >> > to the author's life plus 70 years. It was applied retrospectively to
> >> > all
> >> >
> >> > works, which was good news for Great Ormond Street Hospital, as it
> >> > extended
> >> > its
> >> >
> >> > copyright of Peter Pan until 31st December 2007. The hospital also
> >> > gained a
> >> >
> >> > perpetual extension to some of the work's rights, entitling it to
> >> > royalties
> >> > for
> >> >
> >> > any performance, publication or adaptation of the play.
> >> >
> >> >
> >> > Technical telepathy: 09969636745
> >> > Saints are not always saints; sinners are not always sinners.
> >> >
> >> >
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