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Intellectual Property and Copyright

Access Copyright The name of the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, which ensures that creators or publishers are paid when their copyrighted works are used or copied.
Copyright The property right given to the creator or owner of a specific piece of work. The copyright owner gives others permission to copy, produce or reproduce their work.
Intellectual Property Legal rights that deal with ownership on abstract objects. Can include: trademarks, copyright, patents.
Royalty A sum of money paid to a patentee for the use of their patent or to an author or composer when their work is sold and/or publicly performed.
Trademarks Symbols, words or slogans used to identify the goods or services of a person or company from others.
Public Domain Works that belong to the public and can be used free of charge and does not require permission from the owner.
Moral Rights The rights of an author to protect the integrity of their work.
Performing Rights The rights of the copyrighted owner to perform music in public.
Plagiarism Taking someone else's work and passing it off as one's own.
Fair Dealing Exceptions that do not violate copyright laws when done for certain purposes.
Patent A title to an individual or organization that protects new and useful inventions.
Blanket License Grants permission to use multiple works for certain purposes.
Created by: KelsieP