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|Other Titles:||The Efffects of Internet Infringement Act on the Priacy Rate of Taiwan|
Jeng, Tian-Tzer;Peng, Jih-Hsin
Piracy Rate;Internet Infringement;Mann-Whitney;Proportional Stratified Random Sampling
|Issue Date:||2016-08-31 16:34:26 (UTC+8)|
Due to the development of technology and the lack of concept and perception on intellectual property right, internet infringement has become one of the most serious problems in the anti-piracy work encountered by the government. Up till now, internet downloading of music and movies is still regarded as an infringement act and is subjected to law suit. The purpose of our research is to study how this kind of infringement act affects the music CD and visual DVD piracy rates of Taiwan. Our empirical results indicate that the average piracy rate of internet music/movies downloaders is significant higher than that of those not downloading; The internet downloader has a significant lower proportion on the protection and perception of intellectual property right than those not downloading. Furthermore, due to the popularity of CD and DVD burners and the strong mop-up operation by the authority, the channels of obtaining pirated music CD and visual DVD apparently have already been transferred from the traditional night-market, computer mall, etc. into the internet which are much more difficult for the authority to ban. This research also finds that the internet infringement has already become the main source of the pirated music CD and visual DVD , and since the perception of general public towards internet infringement is still very weak , the relevant government authority should prepare in advance and propose effective methods to prevent the internet infringement from getting worse or even being uncontrollable.
|Relation:||政大智慧財產評論, 3(1), 49-62|
NCCU Intellectual Property Review
|Appears in Collections:||[智慧財產評論] 期刊論文|
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