Question;Have you heard about the ?24-hour rule? for software that says you can legally use any software for free for 24 hours without paying for it? How about your right to use so-called abandoned software that?s no longer supported or that was created by a company now out of business? Both the 24-hour rule and the concept of abandoned software are urban legends and have no basis in copyright law. Does it seem to you that most people don?t have the facts about copyrights? How strong a factor is that in the proliferation of software piracy? What are your thoughts about the connection between knowing the copyright rules and following them? Put your thoughts in order, write them up, and submit to the appropriate Dropbox basket.In the Critical Thinking project (clickHERE), you will write a one-page statement of your opinions about some common misconceptions regarding copyright and software, especially in light of the core value of respect.
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