Questions related to Piracy
Of late, I came across some publications in which the authors used pirated photographs (obtained from secondary sources) very cleverly without any acknowledgement, as if these were shot by the authors themselves! I would like to know whether such photo-piracy amounts to plagiarism.
I am reviewing a paper for ANSYS application in Shape Memory Alloys snice the access denied for Our country to the web site is there a chance or a possibility there is a Margene of error in the results of Piracy's copy of Ansys
I'm writing a 9000 word paper on the topic of 'how technology has impacted the music industry'. I've realized 6000 words in that my topic is quite broad for only 9000 words. I am now on the methodology section and I cant establish what my research objective is going to be derived from what I've did so far.
So far I have wrote in the lit review about
How technology changed the traditional model
Piracy / how its impacted the industry
Ethics behind piracy
Streaming / how it impacted industry
How streaming has helped combat piracy
So im trying to establish what my research goal should be spawning from what i've covered, does anyone have any ideas?
"Tributaries to the beheaded river positioned near the capture point, however, will experience a period of relative base-level rise that triggers a reduction in relief that sweeps upstream in each tributary, eventually leading to formation of low-relief, high-elevation surface patches."
What does this mean？ Why does the tributaries will experience a period of relative base-level rise? Could anyone give me some detail explanation?
Whipple K X, DiBiase R A, Ouimet W B, et al. Preservation or piracy: Diagnosing low-relief, high-elevation surface formation mechanisms [J]. Geology, 2017, 45(1): G38490.1
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I need some a few more responses to my survey and would appreciate your participation!
I want to know what your opinion on television series and/or film piracy is! It only takes 10 minutes!
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Thanks so much!
I'm looking for an instrument to measure digital piracy. I know that researchers have been using hypothetical scenarios to measure specific piracy behaviors (e.g. download music) but I would like to find a questionnaire to measure more genaral behaviors.
I'm working on the economic impact of illegal downloading on the music market, and I've read a lot of things about the digital copyright millenium act and its application : the Napster case. The first was enacted in 1998 and the latter took place between 2000 and 2002. Could it be related to the crash of the internet economy which happened in the 2000s (the "dot com" crash) ?
Thank you in advance for your answers.
Video piracy has been causing a great loss to the producers, distributors and exhibitors of motion pictures. The film makers are also loosing millions of dollars due to video piracy, especially Hollywood, and the Bollywood video copyright owners along with their Governments by way of loss in revenue. This menace needs to be addressed as soon as possible before it is too late, and lest the film makers stop making the blockbuster motion pictures anymore. I need your feedback as to how the law enforcement authorities can tackle this menace of video piracy in today's modern tech savvy world?
Is not clear for me if is it possible to research local or indigenous knowledge about environment (collective and millenary wisdom) without risk of "paving the way" to biopiracy. How can participatory action research "make science" without publishing "findings"?