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master's thesis
Software Piracy

Branka Bjelanović
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TitleSOFTVERSKO PIRATSTVO
AuthorBranka Bjelanović
Mentor(s)Frane Urem (thesis advisor)
AbstractU radu je obrađena problematika softverskog piratstva te njegov razvoj i utjecaj. Softversko piratstvo predstavlja ilegalno korištenje, kopiranje i/ili distribuciju digitalnih piratskih sadržaja, uključujući glazbene i filmske sadržaje. Razvojem interneta i povećanjem brzine postavljanja i preuzimanja sadržaja, piratska je scena doživjela veliku ekspanziju i čini se da joj se ne nazire kraj. Temelji piratske scene nastale su već prilikom pojave prvih softverskih uradaka. Međutim, većina pravila te scene, koja su postavljena prije 30-ak godina, postoje i danas u skoro nepromijenjenom obliku. Iako se "pirati" prikazuju kao osobe koje ne bi kupile sadržaj koji su ilegalno preuzeli, u velikom broju slučajeva bi ga kupili te se samo žele uvjeriti da je to upravo ono što im treba ili što žele. Dok ih razne antipiratske udruge i organizacije predstavljaju kao razlog gubitka velikog dijela prihoda najvećih svjetskih softverskih, glazbenih i filmskih kompanija. Istina je vjerojatno, kao i uvijek, negdje u sredini.
Keywordssoftware piracy software piracy BSA copyright protection
Parallel title (English)Software Piracy
GranterVeleučilište u Šibeniku
PlaceŠibenik
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineSOCIAL SCIENCES
Information and Communication Sciences
Study programme typeprofessional
Study levelspecialist graduate
Study programmeManagement
Academic title abbreviationSruč.spec.oec.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-11-11
Parallel abstract (English)The paper deals with the problems of software piracy and its development and impact. Software piracy is the illegal use, copying and / or distributing pirated digital content, including music and movie content. The development of the Internet and increasing speed of installation and download, the pirate scene has experienced great expansion and it seems that it is far from over. Pirate scene foundations were already created when the first software was developed. However, most of the rules of the scene, which were placed before 30-odd years, are still in almost unchanged form. Although "Pirates" are shown as people who will not buy the contents which were illegally downloaded, in many cases they would purchase the content, but they just want to make sure that this is exactly what they need or want. While a variety of anti-piracy associations and organizations are representing them as the reason for the loss of a large part of the income of the world's largest software, music and film companies. The truth is probably, as always, somewhere in the middle.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)softver piratstvo softversko piratsvo BSA zaštita autorskih prava
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to higher education institution's students and staff
Terms of useAll rights reserved
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:143:202579
CommitterNives Paškov Milošević