You could be punished for duplicating DVDs illegally

When it comes to media, many people fail to understand the differences between what is considered legal and what is considered illegal. The commonly asked questions include, ‘Is it illegal to record a movie from the television?’, ‘Is it legal to record songs from the radio?’, ‘Is it illegal to copy a song if you already own the original?’, ‘If it against the law to burn or lend my CD or DVD?’ Well, the questions can continue but some legal aspects must be followed whenever duplicating DVDs.

A variety of media like movie videos, DVDs, CDs and printed books, has a noticeable copyright protection indicated on the box and the media. The general rule is that all various types of entertainment and media are protected under copyright laws. Your next question may be, what is copyright?

Copyright is a type of protection for the creator or owner of the media. It gives them legal and specific rights to distribute and control the media, as they wish or deem necessary. However, some copyright owners may give their permission for the legal distribution of their media, at no cost.

Many incidents have been reported about those who practice DVD duplication illegally. Any person who is caught duplicating a DVD or a CD illegally, can look forward to a fine or prison or both. Therefore, if you require multiple copies of a DVD or CD, it is best to employ the services of a DVD duplication company that duplicates your DVD in a legal manner.

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