copyright timeline p.4

  • Apr 16, 1440

    Invention of The Printing Press

    Invention of The Printing Press
    In 1440, German inventor Johannes Gutenberg invented a printing press process that, with refinements and increased mechanization, remained the principal means of printing until the late 20th century.
  • Statute of Anne: 1710

    Statute of Anne: 1710
    The statute of Anne was this form that was made into a copyright after people started purchasing some copies. This was founded in England 1923 US copyright Laws.
  • Brazil Breaks International Copyright Laws by copying HIV meds

    Brazil Breaks International Copyright Laws by copying HIV meds
    Brazil got in conflict with the us because they copyrighted the HIV meds. They went into the international court and brazil won the case because they found that as a nice thing to do.
  • Invention of the Record Player

    Invention of the Record Player
    Before 1877, the only way to hear something was to listen by person. But in 1877, a new luxury was created. The record player was invented. It was invented by Thomas Edison in 1877.
  • Invention of tv

    Invention of tv
    The first practical demonstrations of television, however, were developed using electromechanical methods to scan, transmit, and reproduce an image. As electronic camera and display tubes were perfected, electromechanical television gave way to all-electronic systems in nearly all applications.
  • Invention of Film

    Invention of Film
    A film, also called a movie or motion picture, is a series of still images on a strip of plastic which, when run through a projector and shown on a screen, creates the illusion of moving images.
  • Zapata fights for ejidos

    Zapata fights for ejidos
    Zapata fought for his people's independance and wanted freedom because they discriminated the indigenous people and made them feel at home. They fought for their freedom
  • Invention of the Radio Station

    Invention of the Radio Station
    Most radio historians asert that radio broadcasting began in 1920 with the historic broadcast of KDKA. Few people actually heard the voices and music which were produced because of the dearth of radio receivers at that time.
  • Invention of Video Camera

    Invention of Video Camera
    The first video cameras were produced in the 1920s in support of the early television systems. John Logie Baird built a camera as part of his television system demonstrated in 1925
  • MPAA founded

    MPAA founded
    The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is an American trade association that represents the six big Hollywood studios. Founded in 1922 as the Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America
  • 1ST patent on a living organism

    1ST patent on a living organism
    The first patent on a living organism created madness. They made a copyright law that stated this.
  • Invention of the internet

    Invention of the internet
    In the late 1950's the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) was founded in the United States with the primary focus of developing information technologies that could survive a nuclear attack.
  • RIAA founded

    RIAA founded
    The Recording Industry Association of America is a trade organization that represents recording industry distributors in the United States.
  • Ivention of Cassette Tape

    Ivention of Cassette Tape
    In 1962 Philips was the first company to invent the compact audio cassette medium size for audio storage.
  • Invention of CDs

    Invention of CDs
    The compact disc or CD was introduced in the year 1982. It was originally developed for storing digital audio and digital data.
  • Copyright Act of 1976

    Copyright Act of 1976
    The Copyright Act of 1976 is a United States copyright law and remains the primary basis of copyright law in the United States, as amended by several later enacted copyright provisions.
  • Napster Invented

    Napster Invented
    When software for the music file-sharing program Napster first emerged in 1999, it caused a furor in the entertainment industry.
  • 1st generation from Diana’s family

    1st generation from Diana’s family
    Diana's mom came to the united states in 1991, she found her father who has been here longer but they got married in 2000.
  • NAFTA passed- December 1993

    NAFTA passed- December 1993
    NAFTA was passed in 1993. it made almost everyone angry because it gave america the power to trade with its nearby places. like canada and new mexico.
  • Invention of DVD

    Invention of DVD
    DVD holds 4.7 gigabytes of information on one of its two sides, or enough for a 133-minute movie. With two layers on each of its two sides, it will hold up to 17 gigabytes of video, audio, or other information.
  • Limewire shut down

    Limewire shut down
    Limewire was a website people could use to download music, videos, pictures and more. It was recently closed down about a decade ago.
  • 1st generation from Airam’s family

    Airam's family came in 2000.
  • Napster shut down

    Napster shut down
    Napster is a name given to two music-focused online services. It was originally founded as a pioneering peer-to-peer file sharing Internet service that emphasized sharing audio files, typically music, encoded in MP3 format.
  • Ipod invented

    Ipod invented
    The ipod was invented in the early 2000's and it sold out quick, then they made new models and eveything was becoming an apple product.
  • Kim Dotcom Arrested

    Kim Dotcom Arrested
    Kim Dotcom was arrested for letting people download free music and movies online. They had arrested him, but he bailed out because he's rich.
  • HR4437

    HR4437
    students walked out because of hr4437. This was a form of budget cutting and messed around with the students education.
  • Iphone created

    Iphone created
    The IPhone was made a couple years back before the iPad and it had people running like crazy, they were touch screen and that was the latest technology.
  • Foxconn suicides- January and November 2010

    Foxconn suicides- January and November 2010
    so in the early year of 2010, foxconn, where apple is invented had many suicides. It was insane and people didn't pay attention or whatever to their conditions until now.
  • IPad created

    IPad created
    The iPad was created in April 3rd, of 2010. It was the newest apple product and everyone wanted one, even my school.
  • SB 1070- 2010

    SB 1070- 2010
    This law as trying to pass in arizona because they had been avoiding racial equality for a while and were being extremley rude to any latino walking in the streets.
  • Court Pirate bay taken to court

    Court Pirate bay taken to court
    The Pirate Bay trial is a joint criminal and civil prosecution in Sweden of four individuals charged for promoting the copyright infringement of others with the torrent tracking website The Pirate Bay.The criminal charges were supported by a consortium of intellectual rights holders led by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, who filed individual civil compensation claims against the owners of The Pirate Bay.
  • Megaupload starts

    Megaupload starts
    Mega Upload was the new website that Kim Dotcom opened and he allows everyone to go on it and download for free.
  • GATT passed- December 1994

    GATT passed- December 1994
    The GATT passed on December in the late 90's and this along with the NAFTA hurt a lot of people's lives. You know, taking over almost all the world.
  • eiaa sues the dead

    eiaa sues the dead
    TIL that the RIAA Sued a Dead man for an illegal download, and DIDN'T drop the case when they found out he was dead