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EDIT 202 - Week 10

A variety of Intellectual Property and Copyright terms and definitions.

Access Copyright Permission required when users of copyright protected materials want to publish content. Often, copyright owners (creators and publishers) will request to be fairly compensated for the use of their works.
Copyright The right to reproduce a work. It includes a variety of works: choreography, theatre, movies, TV, books, paintings, etc.
Intellectual Property Generally, it includes intangible forms of property belonging to creators. Creators hold legal rights that result from intellectual activity. It includes both copyright and patents.
Royalty Payments given to the creator of a work in exchange for permission/right to use or reproduce a work.
Trade-Marks A symbol or logo that is registered as identifying a particular product, service, or company.
Public Domain After copyright expires (the life of the author + 50 years after death in Canada), the work becomes part of the public domain, meaning anyone can copy or reproduce it without the permission of the author or his estate.
Moral Rights Moral rights are different than copyright. Copyright can be assigned by the creator of a work to someone else (e.g. an author can assign copyright to his publisher). Moral rights cannot be assigned. These are rights retained by the creator of the work.
Performing Rights The right to perform a work on behalf of composers, songwriters, and music publishers. It includes live performances and recordings.
Plagiarism Copying another's words or ideas without giving them credit; passing others' work off as your own.
Fair Dealing Exceptions to copyright that allow persons other than the copyright holder to use or reproduce the work in a manner that would ordinarily violate copyright if it were not for specific proscribed exceptions (e.g. research, education, parody, and review).
Patent A kind of intellectual property right. The patent is not the idea but the exclusive right to use the process described in the patent/to the invention.
Blanket License Broad coverage that allows for the playing or performing of all songs in its collection as many times and as often as desired. Music can be played without having to obtain rights each time.
Created by: catalinefric