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Week 10- EDIT 202

Intellectual Copy Right

TermDefinition
Access Copyright A non-profit collective that manages revenues that come from copy rights for their members
Copyright The exclusive rights to use images, words, designs, music or specific ideas.
Performing Rights Similar to royalties, performing rights allow a performing artist to be recognized as the creator of a particular form of performance. This entitles compensated for reproductions of that performance in situations outside of their own actions.
Fair Dealing The allowed use of a copy right for the fair purposes pertaining to research, education, parody, satire, criticism and news reporting.
Patent Protects tangible inventions from being copied with similar features.
Blanket License A license that allows institutions to copy or reproduce material for, or, copied by their students.
Moral Rights Moral rights are a special set of rights that are owned by the author or creator of a work.
Public Domain The status of a work or an invention whose copyright or patent has expired or that never had such protection.
Trade-Marks Are used to distinguish the goods or services of one person or company from those of another. This includes slogans, names of products, distinctive packages, or unique product shapes.
Royalty A percentage of the revenue from the sale of personally owned titles.
Intellectual Property Property created from original creative thought, as patents, copyright material, and trademarks.
Plagiarism Act or instance where a person uses another person's intellectual property under the guise of it belonging to them.
Created by: selbee