What is Copyright?

Copyright covers protection of copyright works. Copyright works are original intellectual creation, expressed in a certain form, regardless of their artistic, scientific or other value, its purpose, size, contents and way of manifestation, as well as the permissibility of public disclosure of their contents. For more information visit this site right here. Copyright is a way of preserving human creativity enrichment and expansion of the national cultural heritage.


Originality is the minimum level of individuality according to which an offense different from all existing work. So, to work there under the protection does not need to be original in the sense that brings exceptional innovation in their field but just enough to not plagiarism already existing works and that they are at least something different.

Specificity Form

259b90243331e4a631ba7f84aa260b41Definiteness of form means that the work done in a particular form. It may be written or verbal act, dramatic-musical, choreographic and pantomime works, as well as works originating from folklore, musical works with or without words, cinematographic works (cinema and television), works of art (paintings, drawings, drawings, prints, sculptures, etc.), works of architecture, applied art and industrial design, cartographic works (geographic and topographic maps), plans, sketches, models, photography and theater directing.

Copyright Law

Copyright law protects authors and their works from illegal reproduction and exploitation of works of art for economic purposes. Copyright protection not only allows protection of creators of intellectual property, but also those who help the creators of these works in the communication to the public and distribution of their works.

Original artistic works are nowadays especially endangered advent of the Internet and means of mass communication through which they are distributed. Therefore, their protection is necessary, and in particular should respect the laws of their protection.

Offense is protected regardless of its quality, even when it has little to do with literature, art or science.

Therefore it can be concluded that all the copyrights of copyrighted works, except for those laws governing copyright explicitly stipulate that they are not protected as copyright works. Examples of such acts are daily news, laws and official decisions. For the criminal act of copyright infringement are scheduled to fines and prison sentences.

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Weird laws around the world you probably don’t know about

Behavior is something you learn from culture, society, your parents and in most countries how you behave while not harming others is usually only frowned upon, but in some it can lead to fines or even jail time. In order to prepare yourself and adjust your behavior correctly while traveling to foreign countries, you might want to check their laws first.
So for example if you’re visiting a place like Barcelona, Singapore, Vancouver or Dodge City, make sure you don’t spit in public. Not only will locals watch you in disgust, you will have to pay a hefty price or even face jail time.


The above mentioned Singapore is one of the cleanest cities in the world, but it is no accident. They have many different laws that prohibit spitting, chewing gum, littering or even forgetting to flush the toilet, so if this is one of your dream destinations, make sure to behave accordingly or your trip will cost you hell of a lot more.

This one may seem odd but, when visiting Arizona, make sure you don’t damage a cactus in any way. People seemed to like poking holes and shooting or cutting cacti. If you are interested try this link. Because of this, the Saguaro Cactus has become an endangered species and harming it in any way will lead up to 25 years in prison.

In some states people have been so fed up with pranks that they actually invented a law against them. So for example if you make a prank call in Louisiana and order let’s say a pizza for your friends without them knowing, you will be charged with a fine of 500$ or even up to six months of jail. One prank call is definitely not worth it.

asegura-que-mato-a-bigfoot-300x170People of Skamania county in Washington erected a law against hunting a Bigfoot. Even thought this imaginary creature doesn’t exist, there are many enthusiasts who come to its ”Natural habitat” in order to hunt it down and this little adventure caused many shooting accidents, in order to prevent this, the law says that if you actually shoot a Bigfoot you will pay a 1000$ fine or even face up to five years of prison.

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History of Law in India and China

Throughout the history many countries and many individuals have written laws. Some of these laws were complex laws that had many codes of behaviour while others were just concepts that were used later in expansion of already existing book of laws.
Today, civil and common laws are less different, and in some cases there are signs that they are converging. If you are unsure that you are proceed according the law you can contact some of  advice EU law is the best example as it is codified through treaties, but precedents laid down by universal European Court of Justice is the way it is developed. Through the history it was not that simple.

In the case of ancient China and ancient Indie we can see that they had their own independent schools of legal theory and practice.

Arthashastra and Manusmriti were two treatises in India which were considered as authoritative legal guidance. The central philosophy of Manusmriti were tolerance and pluralism. This changed when British empire came and supplanted it with common law. India was not the only country that accepted common law, many eastern Asian countries did it as well, but they kept codes of their religious law as well.

CTZVxmyUEAA9ZTVChina was not an exception in that. The conversion of law in China began with six private law codes, which were based on Japanese model, of well-known German law. Toda, Taiwanese law has the closest resemblance to that iteration of the law, due to their split from China. Chinese law was later influenced by Socialist law of Soviet union. The law that China has today still retains close resemblance to that law. This type of law focused on the domination of administrative law over all other areas, but due to industrial expansion of China they started heavy reforms in their law. Still, these changes are focused solely on economy, while social and political rights are overlooked.

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