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Access Copyright Access copyright is a company that was created to ensure that the work of people is not copied inappropriately (Access copyright, n.d.).
Copyright Copyright is the legality related to the protection of peoples' work so that it does not get copied and reproduced by someone who is not legally allowed to replicate the work (Government of Canada Publications, 2013).
Intellectual Property Intellectual property refers to the property that does not create a material object (Makarenko, 2009). It is ideas such as song lyrics (Makarenko, 2009).
Royalty The payment received by owner of material, often copyrighted, from someone who is using their material (The Free Dictionary, n.d.).
Trade-marks Trade-marks are used by people as identifying markers to differentiate various products or companies from each other (Makarenko, 2009).
Public Domain The public domain includes all the work that is not subject to the legality of copyright and can be used without concern of copyright by anyone (Government of Canada Publications, 2013).
Moral Rights Moral rights pertain to the person that created the copyright work (Government of Canada Publications, 2013). Under moral rights, the person who created the work has the right to paternity, integrity and association.
Paternity Rights Paternity rights refers to the creator’s ability to choose how he or she wants to be named to the public in relation to the work (Government of Canada Publications, 2013).
Right to Integrity The right to integrity ensures that the creators work will not be changed in a way that the creator believes that it has a negative impact. (Government of Canada Publications, 2013).
Right of Association The right of association enables the creator with the ability to not allow people to use their work (Government of Canada Publications, 2013).
Performing Rights Performing rights are a part of copyright that allow people who own the copyright the ability to perform their own material (SOCAN, n.d.)
Plagiarism Plagiarism is when a person uses any portion of another person’s work as his or her own without proper citation (The 2learn.ca Education Society, n.d.).
Fair Dealing Fair dealing is what allows people to use copyright material with the correct attribution to the source for purposes that do not result in profit under outlined restrictions (Resources for Learning, 2012).
Patent A patent is used to safeguard a person’s ideas (Makarenko, 2009). It serves to ensure that the work done to create the idea is not copied. Patents however, do not protect the visual aspects of the idea.
Blanket Licence A blanket license allows people who use a lot of music like radio stations to play music without having to obtain a license every single time (McDonald, n.d.).
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