Departmental Bulletin Paper 著作権侵害の文化やファイル共有(経済学的アプローチ;オンライン市場対物理市場)
Piracy Culture and File-Sharing : Economic Approach ; Online Market v. Physical Market

スジャドミコ, バユ

(31)  , pp.51 - 67 , 2016-03-14 , 金沢大学大学院人間社会環境研究科 = Graduate School of Human and Socio-Enviromental Studies Kanazawa University
The utilization of Internet technology is widely practiced by the entire population of the globe, including Indonesia. The demand for fast and efficient information makes the Internet as a major public space. During its development, applied technology became a "double-edged sword", in addition to the mankind welfare; it is used for unlawful acts. Copyright infringements on music, movies and software grow faster and take in a big range of spread in Indonesia specifically. An original and common violation becomes problematic to detect in this digital era. Illegal downloading, illegal uploading and file sharing became common activities among the citizenry. Government and related legislation was not able to follow the extreme advance of Internet technology. Consequently, legal enforcement is performed only among the spread of illegal contents and pirate products. Copyright industries face new growing problems with digital piracy ; flash drivers, smartphones, tablets and other high mobile technologies. In some countries, these devices are preloaded with illegal content even before they are sold. Accompanied by government, they try to find the solutions to stop the physical and online piracy. One thing that have to fulfill by the government is copyright policy's ability has to regulate information flows and enforce its rules to not severely constrained in a distributed and decentralized network society.

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