Lillee Jean's Project Bullyish: Digital Rights - Copyrighted Material Being Pirated (2022)
Digital rights are straightforward. They pertain to human rights. Digital rights live online and relate to your legal human rights.
Dignity, respect, equality, justice, as well as CONSENT, all live, as digital rights. As a result of how easy it is to create tortuous statements online, in addition, to the ease of creating an unstable, and unsafe environment online, the right to consent is a major issue.
"The right to restrict users from editing or saving your content; restrict or prevent users from sharing or forwarding your product or content; Restrict or prevent users from printing your content; Disallow users from creating screenshots or screengrabs of your content. Copyright education: Many people pay little attention to the copyright details of the content they own. DRM helps organizations clearly communicate what customers can and cannot do with their digital media, which in turn educates users about how copyright and intellectual property work." - Digital Guardian
Digital rights have been exercised by companies.
For example, rights have been enforced by companies such as Netflix, which block screengrabs, and Apple, which prevents music from being pirated. Platforms with "easy access to creation" tools, and low levels of moderation, lead to people paying little attention to copyright education, and information about pirated content they are not allowed to use.
The right to fair usage is not a protective seal; in other words, if you pirate a piece of content from a user online, and do not ask permission, you have violated their digital rights. They have the right, to utilize any legal means available, to ensure their work, is protected.
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