Student’s Name…. MY CONTACT [email protected] Course Instructor Institution Date due Law and Legal Systems Introduction Technology came with transitions that have transformed the world in different aspects. The various sectors in the economic and political arena experience tremendous changes as the result of the technological advances. Consequently the legal systems and procedures upheld in the past are somehow different from the current ones- amendments and transitions were imposed on the rule of law and constitutions to suit the changing technological world. Information is part of the concerns of the law. Legality holds that the legal persons of information remain with the full rights and reservations to their information until requested to share it. Otherwise the law contains the people that access it without prior knowledge of the owners as thieves. The situation however was not the same in the ancient past where people could share or use information that the case. People are in speedy piracy acts so as to obtain money using shortcuts. In this light the current legal acts provide that piracy is subject to incarceration as people violate the rights of others who use their talents to get their daily bread and better their welfare. It stipulates that pirates that harvest where they never planted are subject to the law. It is through these legal system provisions that the individuals find solace to protect the work of their talents from piracy- an act counted as theft. Works Cited Top of Form Ashworth Andrew and Jeremy Horder. Principles of Criminal Law. 2013. Print. Top of Form Herring Jonathan. Criminal Law: Text Cases and Materials. 2014. Print. "Practical Law – Books". Us.practicallaw.com. N.p. 2016. Web. 5 May 2016. "R V Lloyd Bhuee & Ali". E-lawresources.co.uk. N.p. 2016. Web. 5 May 2016. Bottom of Form Bottom of Form [...]
Add references from Oxford v moss (1979) 68 cr app rep 183 and grant v allen(1987) sccr 402 and R v Lloyd (1985) QB 829.