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AN OVERVIEW - COPYRIGHT LAW

Copyright is a legal term refers to protecting a creator’s work. It is a type of intellectual property that provides exclusive publication, distribution, and usage rights for the creator. This means whatever content is created cannot be used or published by anyone else without the consent of the creator. The length of copyright protection may differ from country to country, but it usually lasts for the life of the author plus 50 to 100 years. Copyright is generally given by the law to creators of literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works and producers of cinematograph films and sound recordings.

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Work-Life Integration – An Asian DNA

Elaine Seah explores how the concept of Work-Life Integration has been, quite literally, built into the Asian family unit.

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Travel Agent Review - The Best Ways to Be a Work at Home As Travel Agent

Do you want to learn about Travel Agent Review? Would you expect to learn more regarding the credibility of Sales@nettravelease.com? Or is Travel Agent Scam or genuine product? You will find the answers in this honest review!

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Escaping the Malthusian Trap

Productivity allows us to multiply, perhaps irresponsibly.

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Practical Applications of Society in an Anarcho-Communist Community

Dedication... To my street brother Twitch ("Brent Ballzner" to the police departments and governments)... The man who taught me how to fight with a butterfly knife, who always had my back wherever I went, and though he had lived on the fringes of poverty all of his existence, he will always be rich with friends, and his heart will never be bankrupt... And when I was taken from my prison tier, to go to trial, I looked into the court room, and I saw my brother Twitch, holding my trench coat and smiling at me, letting me know that nobody stole it from the squat... And there are few times I have ever been so cheered up.

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Workaholism, Leisure and Pleasure

The trend during the last century seems to be unequivocal: less work, more play.

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Disability Discrimination In The Workplace

Disability discrimination across public, and private sectors of organizations is being observed at all levels of the work place. Many employees are experiencing this act, and reporting the experience to the Equal Opportunity Commission.

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The Imbalance of Life/Work Balance

A work/life balance initiative must be supported at three levels: the programmatic level, the cultural level, and the individual level…learn and start thinking about work/life balance in your organization

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Work After Disability

Article provided by Social Security Disability Attorney in Chicago Illinois - Jeffrey A. Rabin & Assoc For those who have been approved for SSI or SSDI benefits, the common question is what work can be preformed after the approval while still maintaining eligibility. If you would like to know more about work after disability, call an experienced Illinois SSI benefits lawyer from Jeffrey A. Rabin & Associates, ltd. at 847-268-3304.

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Flipping The Switch

So, you work from home. Good for you! No boss looking over your ... no wasting time ... to and from the office, no-one setting your hours for you or telling you what to do. No one to care

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Six of One, Half a Dozen of the Other

You've read many articles I'm sure about the ... and ... of working for yourself from your own home. Many of them I've written myself, in fact. But how many articles have you read tha

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Accounts Receivable Financing- Work

Accounts Receivable Financing- Work explores the meaning of the word “work” and how your definition of this term can influence the success of your B2B business.

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Secret Methods of Home Work Business Opportunities Scams

Reportedly, more than 90% of these so called home work business opportunities are outright scams. What they actually do is to capitalize on peoples hopes, take advantage of human weaknesses and finally succeed in emptying the wallets of the common man.

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Sources of extra cash or additional income for students

There are many ways to get an extra income if you cannot afford to work ‘normal’ full-time hours. This article will show you what is available and what you should avoid. I will use student time as an example, as a student’s timetable is usually the most ‘inconvenient’ for full-time work and also changes every semester. However, the opportunities outlined in this article can also apply to other demographics, e.g. single mothers.

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