Complying with General Copyright Legislation

The protection of copyright is a global issue; viz. the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act, 1988 of the UK, the Intellectual and Industrial Property Law of Canada, and the USA's Copyright Act of 1976, plus legislation in many other countries which were signatories to the international Berne Convention copyright principles. Infringement of copyright is a criminal matter. The simple act of copying copyrighted material constitutes a breach of the law. Even without selling such copies you risk imprisonment and fines. There are no mitigating circumstances.

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  • Lack of familiarity with copyright laws may result in inadvertent breaches of it (e.g. making a spare copy of a computer manual), which potentially lead to legal action.

There are multiple Key Actions providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

  • A failure to adhere to the legal requirements relating to Software Licensing can result in legal action against the organisation and its Directors.

There is 1 Key Action providing safeguards against this Information Security Issue. These are available in the registered version of RUSecure™.

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