By Mark Burnell
The compelling sequel to Chameleon. The 3rd novel that includes the highly spiced, redoubtable yet gentle Stephanie Patrick reveals her nonetheless paying again her tasks to Magenta apartment, and dwelling an it seems that common civilian lifestyles in London. yet then a notable new factor envelops her, forcing her again into her former existence. medical and guns secrets and techniques and team of workers are being despatched through the people-smuggling routes from China, via Albania and the previous Yugoslavia to Europe and Britain. Stephanie's own emotions for one of many sufferers of this alternate factors her to make a unprecedented expert mistake, and the implications are far-reaching, vicious and difficult, even for her abilities and services.
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Criminal liability can occur if an individual duplicates copyrighted intellectual property for the purposes of obtaining profit or “gain” from it. This is not limited to financial returns, and can include the possibility of denied revenue to the artist. When the illegally-reproduced works are used for commercial advantage, resultant penalties include incarceration for up to five years and fines up to $250,000 (Copyright Office of the United States, 2000b). Additional civil liabilities may include payment for damages incurred by the copyright holder, or statutory damages of up to $150,000 per infringed work.
S. Attorney’s office obtained the country’s first conviction under the NET Act in August 1997 against a 22-year old University of Oregon student who distributed thousands of songs, software, and movies after setting up his computer as an accessible file server (Patrizio, 1999; Roth, 1999). In 1998, a suit was filed against a 20year old junior at Arizona State University for posting approximately 50 copyrighted works by popular artists on his web site (Lipton, 1998). Another suit was filed in Washington against an individual who made over 1,100 copyrighted songs available on a server (Lipton, 1998).
The Audio Home Recording Act (AHRA) of 1992 Arising from the development of physical digital playback products such as MiniDisc (MD) and Digital Audio Tape (DAT) players, the AHRA required manufacturers to pay a royalty from the sale of each device and device media sold to musicians, songwriters, and record companies as compensation for lost revenue, and to implement mechanisms to prevent serial copying or multi-generation duplication. The Diamond Rio PMP300 player was claimed by the RIAA to be in violation of this law.
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