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Access Copyright a not-for-profit organization that manages copyright licensing for secondary reproduction of original works.
Copyright A set of regulations governing the reproduction of original intellectual property.
Intellectual Property Non-physical objects that embody the expression of one's original idea(s).
Royalty A payment made to an original creator in return for the authorized use of the intellectual property.
Trade-Marks A government registered logo that identifies the goods or services available from a particular provider.
Public Domain Intellectual property that belongs to the public which can be used without the creator's permission.
Moral Rights Rights given to the owner of a copyright that ensures control over the work's paternity, integrity and association.
Performing Rights The copy rights that apply to a performer for a particular performance piece regardless of the them being the original creator.
Plagiarism A misrepresentation of the original source of an intellectual property or its unauthorized use.
Fair Dealing Exceptions to copyright infringement that are set out in the Canadian Copyright Act Section 29.
Patent A government granted right that restricts the production of an invention.
Blanket License A license that allows the owner to play or perform a collection of music as many times as wanted, without having to purchase an individual license each time.
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