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Copyright Def

Copyright definitions

Access Copyright A Canadian company that properly distributes money to owners of content every time their content is used.
Copyright Having exclusive legal rights to reproduce, sell, or publish work.
Intellectual Property Having legal rights that result from intellectual activity.
Royalty A payment to have access to content.
Trade-Marks It can be a word, a design, or a combination of the both. This symbolizes the good or service.
Public Domain Publicly available content that is free to use.
Moral Rights An author's or creators right to his or her work.
Performing rights Having the right to be able to perform your work.
Plagiarism Using someone else's work and trying to take credit for it.
Fair Dealing Being allowed to use content for purposes such as research, studying, reviews etc.
Patent. Having the right to exclude others from making, using or selling an idea.
Blanket License Basically you pay a fee and you get a license to have access to the content. A song for example.
Created by: albertjo