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Week 10 Vocabulary

Access Copyright Non-profit licensing company which gives the creator/inventor a license to protect copyright works.
Copyright When someone has a copyright, they have the right to produce and distribute a product. It protects the people who created a product.
Intellectual Property When the mind creates; music, poems, designs, images, etc.
Royalty a payment that a person makes if he/she uses a natural resource, patent, or franchise.
Trade-Marks Trademarks are used to inform the consumer of what company is selling a product. A trademark can be provided through the use of a name, slogan, or packaging.
Public Domain Works that the public have access to, but its 'rights' have expired. It no longer belongs to any one person.
Moral Rights The rights of a creator/inventor.
Performing Rights The right to perform music in public. Generally if one wants to perform a song, payment must be made to the person who wrote the song as well as to the publisher of the song.
Plagiarism Taking someone else's work and claiming it as your own.
Fair Dealing "intellectual" work that doesn't violate property rights. Ex: a private study, a review, etc.
Patent Patents protect new invented items, making it so no one else can have credit for inventing or selling the exact same thing.
Blanket License a license that individuals or companies can get to aquire rights to play certain songs without getting permission each time. Some examples of people or groups who might get a blanket license are DJ's, TV stations, small businesses, etc.
Created by: kgoodbra