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EDIT 202 Copyright

Access Copyright Non-profit organization that helps to regulate licensing and royalties in Canada.
Copyright A legal right establishing ownership and usage of one's private intellectual property.
Intellectual Property Some form of material that does not have a physical form. For example, an idea or song lyrics.
Royalty A payment made for the use of copyrighted intellectual property, usually through a percentage of sale.
Trade Marks A logo designed for a company to identify their products.
Public Domain Works that belong to the public and do not cost any money or need permission to use.
Moral Rights Rights that belong to the author and including the right to have their name mentioned or to remain anonymous. As well as the right to stop or discontinue production of the copyrighted material.
Performing Rights Rights of performers and producers to be payed for the use of their works.
Plagiarism Using someone else's work and claiming it as your own.
Fair Dealing The mention of the maker/author or source of material mentioned in news or research.
Patent Protection and rights to monopoly of an invention.
Blanket License A license giving permission to use copyrighted material for one specific fee.
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