Islamic law perspective on pay per download (PPD) system in business online

Anwar, Muhammad Haris (2016) Islamic law perspective on pay per download (PPD) system in business online. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim.

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Abstract

The development of increasingly advanced internet, make people more easier to earn income with online business. One mechanism to earn income through online business is Pay Per Download (PPD) system . PPD is worth examining, in terms of Islamic law, which under Islamic law there has never been a business with this system. In this system, there is also akad (contract) between the party that run this system (sites PPD) and those who receive wages from the site PPD. Akad in Islam, there are conditions and pillars that must be met in order to avoid losses and injustices by each party.

Refers to the background above, there are some issues that require intensive discussion. First, how does the prevailing system in the Pay Per Download (PPD) transaction between sites which provide PPD system and the uploader ? Second, how does the system of Pay Per Download (PPD) transaction in the perspective of Islamic law?

The research method that is used in this research includes juridical normative research or library research . Then the approach that is used in this research is conceptual approach . Source data that is used in this research is secondary data that is data obtained through the information that is already written in the form of documents. In this case it is referred to the legal material and analyzed with qualitative descriptive.

Based on the research methods above, it is obtained two findings in this research. First, the prevailing system in the system of Pay Per Download (PPD) between sites which provide PPD and uploader system is very easy to follow. Uploader simply register on the site and follow certain steps. Second, if viewed in Islamic law, there are some aspects of the transaction with a system of Pay Per Download (PPD), which does not violate Islamic law, among others all the pillars of the contract are met. Besides that, the principle of willingness in Islamic law is also implemented in the system of Pay Per Download with uploader who approved the Terms Of Service (TOS). But there is other aspect of a transaction with system of Pay Per Download (PPD) which violates Islamic law that is the lack of freedom in providing conditions when doing contract. Uploader just have to accept the terms of the PPD site without being able to give conditions to the site of PPD.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Supervisor: Yasin, Mohamad Nur
Keywords: Pay Per Download; Online Business; Islamic Law
Departement: Fakultas Syariah > Jurusan Hukum Bisnis Syariah
Depositing User: Dian Anesti
Date Deposited: 06 Dec 2016 07:53
Last Modified: 06 Dec 2016 07:53
URI: http://etheses.uin-malang.ac.id/id/eprint/5354

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