Ano ang penalty sa illegal downloading ng music at movies

camouflage

10-28-2005, 12:54 AM

Regarding po ito sa pag download ng illegal Music & Movies:
Ask ko lang po kung paano, sino ang huhuli sa mga tao na gumagawa nito at ano po ang maaaring maging penalty? :nono:

docomo

10-28-2005, 02:50 PM

Regarding po ito sa pag download ng illegal Music & Movies:
Ask ko lang po kung paano, sino ang huhuli sa mga tao na gumagawa nito at ano po ang maaaring maging penalty? :nono:

I’m aware that this is illegal, but I haven’t heard any news about this “hulihan” meron na nga bang nahuli? or hindi lang makahuli siguro …pero if someone get caught for sure a sum of money would be a penalty for an offense :slight_smile:

crispee

10-28-2005, 03:04 PM

Regarding po ito sa pag download ng illegal Music & Movies:
Ask ko lang po kung paano, sino ang huhuli sa mga tao na gumagawa nito at ano po ang maaaring maging penalty? :nono:

Sa pagkakaalam ko, RIAA (http://www.riaa.com/default.asp) ang agency na responsible sa ganitong kaso

Check this one Camouflage…
A grandfather has said he was wrongly accused of illegally downloading music online at the start of a legal campaign by the US music industry.

Read more here (BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Grandfather caught in music fight)

Dax

10-28-2005, 03:19 PM

The Japanese Police has arrested two P2P users a couple of years ago:

The arrested are two men, aged 41 and 19, said the Mainichi Daily report. Among other charges, the older man is accused of sharing the Hollywood movie A Beautiful Mind while the teenager is being held for making the game Super Mario Advance available online.

From: http://www.zdnetasia.com/news/security/0,39044215,39159923, 00.htm

And the developer of “Winny”, a P2P tool:

Japanese police have arrested an elite computer engineer for developing popular piece of software that allows anonymous users to download pirated films and music through a file sharing network.

Isamu Kaneko, 33, was arrested for suspected conspiracy to commit copyright violation by the High-tech Crime Taskforce of the Kyoto Prefectural Police.

It is the country’s first arrest of a file sharing application developer, a police spokesman said.

From: http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s1105174.htm

v_wrangler

10-28-2005, 03:22 PM

Sa pagkakaalam ko, RIAA (http://www.riaa.com/default.asp) ang agency na responsible sa ganitong kaso

Check this one Camouflage…
A grandfather has said he was wrongly accused of illegally downloading music online at the start of a legal campaign by the US music industry.

Read more here (BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Grandfather caught in music fight)
The Japanese Internet police are very much active these days. If you remember some time ago, A Japanese professor and developer of a P2P application Winny was arrested by the police (along with 2 users of his software) for copyright offenses…So nobody knows who’s really watching…

The Japanese BSA also has got enough teeth to prosecute offenders. As a corporate user of various applications, we also receive constant reminders from our providers to make sure our sites clean from bogus materials.

…And dax beat me to it.

crispee

10-28-2005, 03:43 PM

The Japanese BSA also has got enough teeth to prosecute offenders. As a corporate user of various applications, we also receive constant reminders from our providers to make sure our sites clean from bogus materials.

A little reminder lang po sa mga subscribers ng japanese ISP na walang english newsletters. I guess you are receiving weekly/monthly newsletters from your ISP in full japanese. Wag po natin balewalain at ideretso sa trash box. Please try to decypher muna yung content if not ask your immediate japanese acquaintance to translate. Baka warning na po yun:rolleyes:

(my message above is for the concerned-users only)

camouflage

10-28-2005, 11:44 PM

To docomo, crispee, dax & v wrangler, salamat po sa info.
try ko po sana install, buti na lang nagtanong muna ko, nakakatakot din po pala.
di bale na lang, tnx po ulit sa inyo!

rodem

10-29-2005, 11:23 AM

alam nating lahat na bawal, right?.. and pag ginawa natin yun is pinapatay na natin yung music and movie industry… katulad na lang ng nangyayari sa pinas ngayon… although may videogram humuhuli sa mga namimirata ng movie of course pero hindi din nila kaya kasi matataas na tao ang mga protector ng sindikato… may division din ang NBI na humuhuli at nangraraid sa mga bigtime syndicate… yung parusa ang alam ko ha sa e-commerce law is habambuhay na pagkakakulong…

sa US naman, sa pagkakaalam ko is naging maingay lang ang music piracy sa internet nung i-demanda ng Metallica ang Napster… that was April 2000 yata… ang Napster is the controversial application that allows Net users to share music files… P2P din to katulad ng sinabi ni v_wrangler… kung alam mo yung Kazaa… same lang sila ng Napster…

basahin mo na lang sa link na to yung story:

http://www.theregister.co.u k/2000/04/14/metallica_sues_napst er/
http://www.theregister.co.u k/2000/04/22/more_artists_to_sue_ napster/

crispee

10-29-2005, 11:44 AM

…In 1999, an 18-year-old college dropout named Shawn Fanning changed the music industry forever with his file-sharing program called Napster. His idea was simple: a program that allowed computer users to share and swap files, specifically music, through a centralized file server. His response to the complaints of the difficulty to finding and downloading music over the Net was to stay awake 60 straight hours writing the source code for a program that combined a music-search function with a file-sharing system and, to facilitate communication, instant messaging. Now we have Napster, and people are pissed.

Copied from> The Napster Controversy (http://iml.jou.ufl.edu/projects/Spring01/Burkhalter/Napster%20history.ht ml)

Personal opinion:
Have to admit as a newbie and ‘wakaranai’ user on P2P, I was one of the huge community that supports napster before. File sharing is not illegal itself, it depends on what stuff you are sharing. Besides after Napster is down, what’s next? Start counting…

docomo

10-29-2005, 12:27 PM

This news should take hold to everyones attention …:slight_smile:

rodem

10-29-2005, 01:07 PM

Have to admit as a newbie and ‘wakaranai’ user on P2P, I was one of the huge community that supports napster before. File sharing is not illegal itself, it depends on what stuff you are sharing. Besides after Napster is down, what’s next? Start counting…

you can check-out Kazaa… but before you do that, be sure that your system has a proactive antivirus… coz you know, there’s a lot of viruses on that community these days compared to the Napster…:slight_smile:

rodem

10-29-2005, 01:11 PM

This news should take hold to everyones attention …:slight_smile:

correct! para lahat ng TF members aware sa mga pros and cons…:slight_smile:

mquial

10-31-2005, 03:36 PM

Mayron akong kasama dito sa opisina dati na mahilig magdownload ng mga kung ano ano sa internet. Chinese-Malaysian siya so may access sya sa mga chinese sites na makapagdownload ka illegally ng mga movies etc. Then he receive a notice from the ISP. Since hindi sya masyadong makabasa ng japanese kanjis pinabasa niya sa akin. At yun nga, warning galing sa ISP na itigil na nya yung pagdadownload ng mga movies or else they will report to the authorities. So this means even the ISPs are monitoring these activities.

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