Property rights, cybercrime and cyberpiracy's impact on business

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Property Rights, Cybercrime, and Cyberpiracy’s Impact on Domestic and Foreign Business

Purpose of Assignment

Business managers are confronted on a daily basis with decisions regarding the use of real, personal, and intellectual property, and the rights and duties existing with relation to these property rights while at work. Add cybercrime, cyber piracy, and international business operations to this equation, and the manager is left with much to consider when evaluating the legal risks associated with the use of these properties as they engage in their business activities. It is the purpose of this assignment to promote the evaluation of all risks when using company and personal property, particularly intellectual property, both domestically and internationally.

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Assignment Steps

Resources: Legal Environment of Business: Online Commerce, Business Ethics, and Global Issues: Ch. 5 (p. 96), Ch. 7 (pp. 154-155), Ch. 8, Ch. 25, and Ch. 26; sites such as: Public Library of Law, Law Library of Congress, and Justia Virtual Chase law database

Scenario: Your company's board of directors is exploring expansion of your business and is looking to you to prepare an analysis (Part I) and presentation (Part II) regarding whether that expansion should be domestic or international.

Part I

Prepare an analysis of the property rights, risks, and benefits of each in a minimum of 1,050 words, excluding the title and reference page, including the following:

  • Decide what actions a manager in your business should take to identify and protect the tangible property rights of your domestic and international business.
  • Summarize the actions a manager in your business should take to identify and protect the intellectual property rights of your domestic and international business.
  • Explain what actions a manager in your business should take to identify and protect the organization from violating the intellectual property (IP) rights of others.
  • Analyze what special problems arise regarding property rights when your business decides to do business outside the United States.
  • Evaluate the legal risks associated with all property rights, domestically and internationally, for your business.
  • Apply the risk management process to mitigate the legal risks for your business.
  • Evaluate contract formation in your business as it relates to its Intellectual Property and recommend one contract method of contract dispute resolution for use in your business.

Cite a minimum of three scholarly references. One scholarly reference must be from the University Library.

Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.

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Part II

Create a 5- to 7-slide (excluding title and reference page) Microsoft® PowerPoint®presentation summary to the company's board of directors addressing the following:

  • List two reasons for domestic expansion.
  • List two reasons for international expansion.
  • Compare and contrast both domestic and international expansion.
  • Make your recommendation to the board of directors.

Cite a minimum of two scholarly references. One scholarly reference must be from the University Library.

Format your presentation consistent with APA guidelines.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.

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School: UC Berkeley

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PROPERTY RIGHTS, CYBERCRIME, AND CYBERPIRACY

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Cybercrime, Property Rights, and Cyber piracy’s Impact on International and Domestic Business

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PROPERTY RIGHTS, CYBERCRIME, AND CYBERPIRACY

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Cybercrime, Property Rights, and Cyber piracy’s Impact on International and Domestic Business
The incorporation of technology into business has resulted in tremendous growth of
business both at domestic and international scale. With the contribution of technology, large
scale organizations have been established at different places globally and their cost of operation
and monitoring have been easy. Ostensibly, setting up a venture either at local or international
levels requires meeting certain set standards of property laws. The obligation of meeting such
legalities do rest majorly on the business executives who have the task of making crucial
decisions regarding the operation of the company. Apparently, decision making does not come
through an easy means as the managers have to put into consideration all the rights and roles
related to these assets rights. Furthermore, with the encroachment of aspects such as cyber crime,
cyber piracy, and global firm operations, the decision making becomes even more involving and
critical. This paper seeks to write an analysis of whether the BOD should consider the expansion
of my business either domestically or internationally.
Identification and Protection of physical property rights internationally and locally
The tangible assets of a business include such things as office equipment, computers, and
machinery. It is the duty of every manager to keep up to date the list of these assets including
their serial numbers. The business physical belongings are ever prone to risks of being
mishandled by workers either through illegal use or selling of the property. Ostensibly, managers
can curb such situations by acquiring protection rights for the business property to bar any
individual from using the property illegally or selling the assets. In such a case, therefore, any
legal charges can be pressed on any act that goes contrary to the stipulated laws.

PROPERTY RIGHTS, CYBERCRIME, AND CYBERPIRACY

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The case, however, is different for international businesses since a majority of countries bar
foreign companies from owning property. The foreign firms are thus left with the option of
leasing property on a long-term basis. The implication of such a situation is that a greater
percentage of the assets used by the foreigners do not totally belong to them (Cheeseman, 2015).
Therefore, foreign companies have the duty of securing the leased property and are paid for by
the business. It is, hence, the obligation of the manager to acquire property protection rights for
the leased assets to bar the leaser from illegally using or selling the property. Whichever case,
therefore, managers should ensure that the business tangible property is checked and monitored
regularly to validate whether they are functioning and handled appropriately.
Identifying and protecting the intellectual property rights of the organization
The emerging of businesses at both local and international levels...

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