Joel can engage the class in ethical discussion and even guide them to bring up the issue of plagiarism and the effects is can bring to not only one’s personal life but professional one as well as it is…
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This approach is non-accusatory but will enable the students understand that what they do is unethical and can cause them their profession as well as personal reputation (Reiser and Dempsey, 2012).
After the ethical discussion and in order to make the students understand the seriousness of plagiarism, Joel should introduce to them the copyright and property rights. He should especially emphasize on the consequences and penalties that people who are found infringing these rights is subjected to. This information should be the deal breaker of the bad habits the students have acquired.
Joel should cancel the work of the students who have this behavior and provide them a chance to redo their assignment again. If the same thing happens again, then the student should not receive any grade at all. This will act as a warning to the rest of the students who like engaging in similar unethical
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Intellectual property is an idea, emotion, or any asset that an employee creates for his or her company. An intellectual property does not belong to the person who invents it; rather it actually belongs to the company for which that person creates that property.
Such intellectual properties do not belong to the employees who invent them; rather they actually belong to the companies for which the employees create those properties. Pollick (2011) states, “Intellectual property, sometimes abbreviated IP, is a legal definition of ideas, inventions, artistic works and other commercially viable products created out of one's own mental processes”.
Copyright, trademark, and patent are the three most recognized forms of intellectual property (Schwabach 55-60). Since the invention of internet, communication between individuals improved through the cyber space. This step improved the mode of doing things, but it created an avenue for people to misuse the intellectual property that led to the introduction and implementation of cyber law to regulate and govern these activities (Kumar 111).
At the same time, the Internet opens up many opportunities for the unauthorized use of intellectual property. In particular, intellectual property may be copied for relatively low costs and distributed over several states simultaneously. International intellectual property protection laws have attempted to strike a fair balance between the sharing of information and knowledge and the rights of authors of intellectual property to benefit from their labour and creativity.
Copyright Law patented in the UK from a common law concept; the statute of Anne, and turned out to be legislative with the passing of the Copyright Act of 1988 (Litman, 2001). However, the current right is the Copyright, Designs, and patent Act of
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