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My idea of Copyright Protection System.

     In the present civilized world, the majority of citizens are people who appreciate honesty and abhor stealing, so
the question arises: why over 90% of the population ‘robs the authors and copyrighted content producers of the
achievements of their work? Is the word ‘stealing’ is a correct term for this state of affairs? Ladies and Gentlemen,
copying music or movies is exactly the same stealing as stealing CD or DVD from a shop shelf, because it is not
the medium that is sold, but information contained on the medium. At the present time information is that easy for
mass dissemination. So why the majority of the population is convinced that by using the pirated versions of songs
or movies, they do not break the seventh commandment? The problem is quite complex and in order to find the
correct answer to this question it is necessary to go back a little in time to years when the first devices were
published in the global market to enable each citizen recording of audio and video content using tape recorders and
video cassette recorders. It was then that a general social belief was initiated that free playback of recorded music
and videos, which were broadcasted by radio and television stations, complies with the law and there is no indication
of robbing artists, writers and producers of copyright content.
       The current system of distribution of all copyright content, specifically speaking, the principle which can be
described as - a high, one-time charge for a particular proprietary product is another cause of social belief that it is
not a sin to use pirated versions of music and movies. At this point, please pay attention to the fact that the
innovative copyright content protection system it is suggested to pay each time a nominal fee for a copyright content
consumption.
      The fact that due to the internet, this system would allow to legally distribute worldwide the vast resources:
music tracks, videos, software and any multimedia content the consumer will pay for only the moment he uses
them, would be another factor that could influence the effectiveness of an innovative system of copyright protection.
At this point, it should be emphasized that the innovative copyright protection system provides to all in massive and
free distribution to one’s heart’s content,  under just one condition - if you consume a particular content, pay the
author a nominal amount for the product that is helpful to you, that so you like so much, or you are curious about.
       Copyright protection system according to my conception, consists of three basic forms of royalties collection
and payments to authors, producers and all copyright content broadcasting entity and, at the same time, provide
income in proportion to popularity of the particular content. This copyright protection system has been developed by
me as three patent applications that I also applied to the Patent Office of Republic of Poland in late May and June
2008.

Application of May 08, 2008, No.: P - 385125
The Method of Collecting Fees on Account of Copyright Protection of Movies and Multimedia Files.

       Object of the Invention. The object of the invention is a method of collecting fees on account of copyright
protection movies and multimedia files. The method can be widely applied in the global scope of copyright
protection, at the same time ensuring due remuneration to authors of movies and multimedia files.
State of the Art. At present, movies and multimedia files can be purchased via the Internet, so that a potential
customer orders via the Internet the product he is interested in that is sent as a CD or DVD to the address of the
customer. In this case, the customer pays for a particular product as a CD or DVD. DVD movies can be purchased
in the traditional way as well, by buying a CD at  ‘Barnes and Noble’, ‘Waterstones’, ‘W H Smith’ bookstores or
newsstands or on ‘Amazon.com’  or the like.
You can also purchase movies and multimedia files via the Internet through illegal (pirate) means. This unethical
form of purchasing products makes the authors of movies and multimedia files do not receive the remuneration they
deserve.

       Description of the Invention. The method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection of movies and
multimedia files is the following: everybody may freely download movies and multimedia files via the Internet in
unlimited quantities, or purchase a DVD in the traditional way for a relatively low price which covers the costs of
production and distribution. Collecting fees on account of copyright protection occurs when a movie or a multimedia
file is played and the issue of collecting this fee has been solved as follows:

       1. To collect fees on account of copyright protection, the ‘MOTHER’  company has been created running its
business on the territory of all the civilized countries of the world that accepts  rewarding authors on account of
copyright protection. The Company may have its representatives in the territories of different countries, but generally
copyright laws for DVDs and multimedia files are globally distributed under its patronage. Authors and producers of
films and multimedia files conclude agreements with the ‘MOTHER’ company, which pays due remuneration for
authors and producers.
       2. Each movie and multimedia file present in the register of the ‘MOTHER’  company is recorded in a peculiar
format, where in addition to the movie content digital code sequence is contained that initiates playback of a movie or
a media file. For example, a on a 4.7 GB format DVD disc, a movie that takes up about 4.2 GB of memory and a
sequence of 100,000 codes that takes up about 0.005 GB of memory, are digitally recorded. A single code is a
combination of: numbers, letters, or numbers and letters, while each such combination corresponds to a different
playback initialization code. At the same time, by using 0.05 GB of memory, a larger number of codes, for example,
1,000,000 (from 000,000 to 999,999) can be allocated, making unauthorized playback of movies and multimedia files
even more difficult.
       3. Initialization of the movie playback occurs so that following inserting the disc into the DVD player, a
‘preliminary’ code randomly selected from among a hundred thousand codes appears on the TV screen, for
example, ADRTU-45738. The first sequence of letters may indicate a particular movie and for a given movie all one
hundred thousand codes may begin with this sequence, while the digital sequence is 100,000 combinations (from
00000 to 99999). Each of these combinations corresponds to a different ‘starting’ code. To start the movie in the
player, a displayed code e.g. ADRTU-45738, should be sent via SMS to a commercial number operated by the
‘MOTHER’ company or a subsidiary of the company in the given country. A return SMS with the ‘starting’ code that
initiates movie playback (for example - 00749) is sent from the ‘MOTHER’ company server. After entering the
‘starting’ code from the player's remote control keyboard, the system checks whether the ‘starting’ code is
consistent with a random ‘preliminary’ code and if so, movie playback is initialized. The combination recorded on the
DVD, the ‘preliminary’ code and the ‘starting’ code assigned to it, must be identical on the servers of the ‘MOTHER’
company.
       4. In the case of movie playback on a personal computer, the movie recording format should be played by a
computer program that respects the above principle: movie initialization after entering the ‘starting’ code received via
a return SMS from the ‘MOTHER’ company server.
       5. In case ‘The Method of Collecting Fees on Account of Copyright Protection of Movies and Multimedia Files’ is
applied, ‘hacking’ computer programs may be created that contain ‘preliminary’ and ‘starting’ codes databases. In
this case, the law should be passed under which the authors and producers of operating systems would be obliged
to regularly update their operating systems which when scanning the computer, would detect ‘hacking’  programs
and in the case of this kind of unlawful use of a computer, would halt the operating system.
       6. Posting the above codes on websites may be another option of violation of copyright laws for movies and
multimedia files. In this case, a law should be passed as well that would oblige individual server administrators to
remove such websites. Furthermore, using statistics of the number of hits for these ‘pirate’ sites, it is relatively easy
to calculate how much damage the dishonest Internet user made to the ‘MOTHER’  company and thus, the authors
of movies and multimedia files. It is also relatively easy to charge the dishonest internet user with these costs.
       7. The distribution of DVDs and multimedia files, would take place in two main forms, i.e. in the traditional form,
where DVDs would be available in retail outlets such as: ‘Barnes and Noble’, ‘Waterstones’, ‘W H Smith’ bookstores
or newsstands or on ‘Amazon.com’  or the like, and the price of the one disc would fluctuate around  €1 or $1. DVDs
would also be available in ‘free’ website form, in which both the ‘MOTHER’ company and Internet users would upload
multimedia files and DVD movies on their servers, of course, except for the ‘preliminary’ and ‘starting’ codes (which
would be illegal). The online distribution is so much better than the traditional one that a potential consumer receives
free multimedia files and DVD movies, while the license fee for watching the movie occurs at the time he sends a
commercial SMS, let’s say in the amount of €1 or $1 to obtain the ‘starting’ code. At the same time, different charges
could be introduced, depending on the needs of the consumer. And thus, if a sample movie lasts 1.5 hours, for €0.5
or $0.5 fee the viewer may sometimes have three hours to watch a movie, and during those three hours the viewer
can stop the movie or replay it watching selected fragments several times. For the €1 or $1 fee, the viewer may use
eight hours, and for a €1.5 or $1.5 fee, the viewer may use 24 hours. In the case of the three-stage billing rate, when
playing the movie, three numbers of commercial SMS should be displayed on a TV screen , respectively, with €0.5
or $0.5, €1 or $1, or €1.5 or $1.5 rates and each of these numbers should correspond to other ‘starting’ codes. If the
consumer decides to choose the €1 or $1, he must send the ‘preliminary’ code assigned to this rate, and he must
enter the ‘starting’ code received by return SMS in a dialog box, while the DVD player system, after adjusting the
codes, will automatically recognize the rate that was chosen by the consumer.
       8. While watching DVD movies and multimedia files on personal computers with regard for the ‘preliminary’ and
‘starting’ code operating principle does not create any major problems, because the key point of the issue is only to
create the appropriate computer program, as far as DVD players are concerned, the law should be passed pursuant
to copyright protection that would impose the obligation on manufacturers of consumer electronics for the equipment
to respect the ‘preliminary’ and ‘starting’ code operating principle.
       9. DVD and multimedia files of ‘the method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection movies and
multimedia files according to invention would be saved in the ‘peculiar’ format, and they could be read only by
consumer electronics equipment designed for this purpose , and by exclusive computer program for playing files on
a personal computer, which takes into account the principle of entering the code your before starting the movie,
whereby in the case of a computer program, the law should be passed under which the authors and producers of
operating systems would be obliged to regularly update their operating systems, which when scanning the
computer, would detect ‘peculiar’   file formats, and bypassing the principle of entering the code your before starting
the movie and if using the computer in this illegal ‘pirate’  manner, they would halt the operating system.
       10. Authors and producers of movies and multimedia files are remunerated so that the ‘MOTHER’ company
which is a beneficiary of charges from commercial SMS, runs statistics of individual movies and files playback, and
transfers profits percentage to authors and producers in proportion to these indicators under the contract.

       The Method of Charging Fees on Account of Copyright Protection of Movies and Multimedia Files according to
invention has enormous advantages for the following reasons:

       1. Movies and multimedia files saved according to invention can be freely copied and distributed without
breaking the copyright laws.
       2. Movies and multimedia files saved according to invention can be written to the all kinds of  data storage
media.
       3. Authors and producers of movies and multimedia files are remunerated adequately to popularity (number of
playbacks) of the movie or a multimedia file.
       4. The method according to the invention opens great opportunities to respect the copyrights of fresh
productions and those made decades before.
       5. Many people are ready to create their own home movie collection stored on DVD discs, so the method
according to the invention opens up enormous opportunities for businesses, which similarly to DVD discs and VHS
tapes rentals are ready to offer for a nominal amount (€1 or $1) DVD discs along with packaging and a label the
selected movie.

Application of May 15, 2008, No. P - 385194
The Method of Charging Fees on Account of Copyright Protection of Music Tracks, Movies and Multimedia Files.

       Object of the Invention. The object of the invention is a method of collecting fees on account of copyright
protection of music tracks, movies and multimedia files. The method can be widely applied in the global scope of
copyright protection, at the same time ensuring due remuneration to authors of music tracks, movies and
multimedia files.

State of the Art. At present, music tracks, movies and multimedia files can be purchased via the Internet, so that a
potential customer orders via the Internet the product he is interested in that is sent as a CD or DVD to the address
of the customer. In this case, the customer pays for a particular product as a CD or DVD.  Music tracks,  movies
and multimedia files can be purchased in the traditional way as well, by buying a CD at  ‘Barnes and Noble’,
‘Waterstones’, ‘W H Smith’ bookstores or newsstands or on ‘Amazon.com’  or the like.
You can also purchase music tracks, movies and multimedia files via the Internet through illegal (pirate) means. This
unethical form of purchasing products makes the authors of movies and multimedia files do not receive the
remuneration they deserve.

       Description of the Invention. The method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection of music tracks,
movies and multimedia files is the following: everybody may freely download music tracks, movies and multimedia
files via the Internet in unlimited quantities, or purchase a CD or a DVD in the traditional way for a relatively low price
which covers the costs of production and distribution. Collecting fees on account of copyright protection occurs
when music tracks are played and the issue of collecting this fee has been solved as follows:

       1. To collect fees on account of copyright protection, the ‘MOTHER’  company has been created running its
business on the territory of all the civilized countries of the world that accepts  rewarding authors on account of
copyright protection. The Company may have its representatives in the territories of different countries, but generally
copyright laws for music tracks, movies and multimedia files are globally distributed under its patronage. Authors of
music tracks conclude agreements with the ‘MOTHER’ company, which pays due remuneration for authors.
       2. Each music track, movie and multimedia file present in the register of the ‘MOTHER’  company is recorded in
a ‘peculiar’ format that could be read only by consumer electronics equipment designed for this purpose , and by
computer program designed for this purpose  in case of  playing music, a movie or a multimedia files on a personal
computer. In addition to the music or movie content, files of individual tracks, movies and multimedia files include
catalogue numbers of individual songs, movies and multimedia files, so that each track, movie and multimedia file
has its own individual catalogue  number.
       3. Consumer electronics equipment designed to play music tracks, movies and multimedia files  in ‘peculiar’
formats , has an electronic module which is tariff by which playback of music tracks, videos and multimedia files is
initiated. The tariff has two main roles. First: through a tariff limits are bought (account recharge) to enable playback
of music tracks, movies and multimedia files. Second: using the catalogue numbers of individual tracks, movies and
multimedia files, the tariff runs playback time statistics of individual tracks, movies and multimedia files, and sends
this information to a ‘MOTHER’ company server, so that revenues from the sales of ‘limits’ in proportion to popularity
of particular music tracks, movies and multimedia files are shared between authors in a very simple way.
       4. Tariff account recharge in consumer electronics equipment can be carried out in two ways: a) Consumer
electronics equipment has built-in transceiver device connecting to the ‘MOTHER’ company server via the mobile
network. Each consumer electronics equipment has its own ID number necessary to use the mobile network.
Account recharge is carried out as follows: a message is displayed in the display consumer electronics equipment
on the low limit status and information that, in order to recharge the account, a commercial SMS should be sent
containing (in this case: identification number of consumer electronics equipment) to the number (here, say, three
numbers to be selected, respectively, with the €2.5 or $2.5, €5 or $5, or €10 or $10 rates. After sending the SMS for
a selected amount, account recharge information is transmitted to ‘MOTHER’ company server and from there to our
consumer electronics equipment with integrated transceiver, where account recharge is noted. Once in a while,
consumer electronics equipment connects via the transceiver to the ‘MOTHER’ company server to pass statistics
(using even one-second accuracy billing) on how long the individual music tracks, movies and multimedia files were
played on the given consumer electronics equipment. With these statistics, ‘MOTHER’ company transfers profits to
authors and producers in proportion popularity of the given music tracks, movies and multimedia files.
b) Consumer electronics equipment has built-in USB port, and computer software is created, called, say :
‘Consumer electronics equipment  computer tariff’ to be used for recharge account, which connects via the
transceiver to the ‘MOTHER’ company server to enable account recharge via: commercial SMS, credit card, bank
transfer or postal order. The account is recharged so that USB Flash Drive is connected with PC, which is then
formatted by the ‘Consumer electronics equipment  computer tariff’  program. If on ‘Consumer electronics
equipment  computer tariff’  program account  limits are bought, any part of these limits can be transferred to the
USB Flash Drive connected to the computer, which is then connected to the consumer electronics equipment, to
which the consumer electronics equipment  account recharge information is transmitted, and then at the time the
USB Flash Drive is connected, statistical data from the consumer electronics equipment  tariff are transferred to the
memory of USB Flash Drive, and then at the time the USB Flash Drive is connected to the computer, these
statistics are sent to the ‘MOTHER’ company server via the ‘Consumer electronics equipment  computer tariff’ 
program. With this exchange of statistical information, the ‘MOTHER’ company may transfer profits to authors, in
proportion to the popularity of the music tracks, movies and multimedia files.
       5. In the case of music tracks, movies and multimedia files playback on a personal computer, the    recording
format should be played by a computer program that respects the above principle: movie initialization after entering
the ‘starting’ code received via a return SMS from the ‘MOTHER’ company server, a suitable computer program for
playing ‘peculiar’ file format is created, readable only by that program. the computer program for playbacks
cooperates with ‘Consumer electronics equipment  computer tariff’  program and allows to initialize files playback
only after tariff account  recharge, which via the Internet connects to the ‘MOTHER’ company server, enabling you to
recharge your account and transfer the statistical data.
       6. In case ‘The Method of Collecting Fees on Account of Copyright Protection of Music Tracks, Movies and
Multimedia Files’ is applied, ‘hacking’ computer programs may be created that enable playback of ‘peculiar’ file
format without paying of proprietary fee due. In this case, the law should be passed under which the authors and
producers of operating systems would be obliged to regularly update their operating systems which when scanning
the computer, would detect ‘hacking’ programs and in the case of this kind of unlawful use of a computer, would halt
the operating system.
       7. Creating a computer program that would allow formatting and recharging USB Flash Drive by hacking to
enable initializing of playing files may be another option to violate copyright laws for music tracks, movies and
multimedia files. In this case, the law should be passed under which the authors and producers of operating
systems would be obliged to regularly update their operating systems which when scanning the computer, would
detect ‘hacking’  programs and in the case of this kind of unlawful use of a computer, would halt the operating
system.
       8. The distribution of CDs and DVDs in ‘peculiar’ file formats of music tracks, movies and multimedia files would
take place in two main forms, i.e. in the traditional form, where discs would be available in retail outlets such as:
‘Barnes and Noble’, ‘Waterstones’, ‘W H Smith’ bookstores or newsstands or on ‘Amazon.com’  or the like, and the
price of the one disc would fluctuate around  €1 or $1, which covers the costs of production and distribution. Discs
would also be available in ‘free’ website distribution form, in which both the ‘MOTHER’ company and any Internet
user would upload music tracks, movies and multimedia files on their servers. The online distribution is so much
better than the traditional one that a potential consumer receives free music tracks, movies and multimedia files,
while the license fee for playing these files occurs at the time the tariff account is recharged.
       9. Price for music, movie and multimedia files playback should be drawn based on logical proportions, so that
without damage to one’s budget everyone can play one’s favourite music or movie, but at the same time the authors
receive the reward they deserve and in the case their work is enormously popular that they prosper.
       10. ‘The method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection music tracks, movies and multimedia files’ 
according to the invention can be widely applied in devices such as mobile phones, palmtops, music players, and all
the multimedia playback devices.
       11. The method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection music tracks, movies and multimedia files’ 
according to the invention can also be widely applied in collecting fees from broadcasting television and radio
programs. This method allows to accurately calculate audience that the broadcasted movie had and profits from
broadcasting the television station noted. The same applies to broadcasting other television productions, as well as
broadcasting radio programs. However, in case the method according the invention is applied, to collect fees from
broadcasting television and radio programs, in the statistics sent from consumer electronics equipment to the
‘MOTHER’ company server, in addition to the catalogue number of the given radio or television station, information
must be additionally sent on the date and time the given consumer electronics equipment played back the given
radio or television station.

       The method of collecting fees on account of copyright protection of music tracks, movies and multimedia files
according to invention has enormous advantages for the following reasons:

       1. Movies and multimedia files saved according to invention can be freely copied and distributed without
breaking the copyright laws.
       2. Movies and multimedia files saved according to invention can be written to the all kinds of data storage media.
       3. Authors and producers of movies and multimedia files are remunerated adequately to popularity (number of
playbacks) of the movie or a multimedia file.
       4. The method according to the invention opens great opportunities to respect the copyrights of fresh
productions and those made decades before.
       5. Many people are ready to create their own home movie collection stored on DVD discs, so the method
according to the invention opens up enormous opportunities for businesses, which similarly to DVD discs and VHS
tapes rentals are ready to offer for a nominal amount (€1 or $1) DVD discs along with packaging and a label the
selected product.
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