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ISSN: 0867-1753     eISSN: 2300-410X    OAI    DOI: 10.18276/si.2015.37-02
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Issue archive / ZN 874 SI nr 37
Wpływ prywatnego kopiowania na opłacalność produkcji telewizyjnych
(Influence of the private copying on profitability of tv productions)

Authors: Sławomir Czetwertyński
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu
Keywords: private copying copyright Internet TV shows
Year of publication:2015
Page range:13 (17-29)
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Abstract

This article deals with the phenomenon of private copying, which become common practices in the global society thanks to the Internet’s development. It has an obvious impact on the relationship between copyright owners of intellectual property and customers benefiting from unauthorized sources. This problem affects all forms of information goods, but conceived here considerations are focus on TV shows, which in the last decade have grown to become the TV superproductions. The article attempts to answer the question of how copyright holders use the phenomenon of private copying? Here assumed hypothesis, which states that private copying, as a form of unauthorized distribution of TV shows, supports the distribution of authorized ones – Indirectly generating revenue to the copyright owners. In the article is used the deductive method, which is in exploitation part supported by was considered press releases connected to described case studies.
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