Fair Trade Dealing

“..transactional thinking and individual autonomy to shift risk from governments and corporations onto individuals and to extend this kind of market logic into the realm of social and affective relationships.”

 Reference post, dated #09.08.10: DOI and digital copyright / patent law

Instead suggesting that this, given certain conditions could be the total opposite, saying that the risk should now be with those same governments, corporations and employers whose transactional thinking has been dictated by their environment / employees, who without individual autonomy at influential levels – operated within their known capacity at that time without full foresight and individualism. Adjudicating, in future years the impact of these same theories in the research, design and development of I.t. objectives, both by businesses leaders, groups and employees – examining laws which surround the sharing and dissemination of ideas – and the efforts to re-write standards and guidelines for evolving technologies with increased probability of error in line with developer capabilities.

Fair dealing, in certain circumstances, some works may be used if that use is considered to be ‘fair dealing’. There is no strict definition of what this means but it has been interpreted by the courts on a number of occasions by looking at the economic impact on the copyright owner of the use. Where the economic impact is not significant, the use may count as fair dealing. So, it may be within the scope of ‘fair dealing’ to make single photocopies of short extracts of a copyright work for non-commercial research or private study, criticism or review, or reporting current events.

 Reference http://www.ipo.gov.uk/

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Fair Trade Dealing

2 thoughts on “Fair Trade Dealing

  1. Reference post, dated:#08.03.10 & #22.07.10:BlogSpot6, respectively :

    Free market monopolies with public funds

    The active participation of government departments, distribution of labor and favoring of individual bodies for contract.

    Marketing and its paradigms, Adopt a “Competitive Innovation” approach to most major IT systems contracts

    Recap:

    “..transactional thinking and individual autonomy to shift risk from governments and corporations onto individuals and to extend this kind of market logic into the realm of social and affective relationships.”

    Bring to light key facts, published as part of recent legislation for reform of the civil service compensation schemeshttp://www.civilservice.gov.uk/news/2010/july/cscs-changes.aspx

    key facts…

    The Civil Service pay bill covers approx 500,000 employees, of whom 4,400 are in the Senior Civil Service (SCS).

    There are approx 100 Departments and Agencies, ranging in size from a few hundred to a hundred thousand staff, who are now responsible for managing their own pay arrangements.

    The size of the Civil Service pay bill is £17.4 billion, including employer NI and pension contributions. Full time average earnings are £22,850

    The Civil Service vacancy turnover rate in 2008/09 was 35,570, or 7.2% of full time equivalents

    Questioning the cost of advertising / publicity (SEO), and whether in any case contracts have been tendered away from the four walls of those same companies..BlogSpot, Marketing and its paradigms *(extract)| July 15, 2010

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