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Access Copyright Canadian corporation that is non-profit and regulates licensed institutions seeing that they get whatever profit from ideas that are due to them.
Copyright Is a term referring to ownership of property that is not physical but intellectual such as ideas, creations or writings.
Intellectual Property Legal rights to intellectual creations and ensures credit goes to the individuals who created them.
Royalty Compensation work intellectual works being used for the profit of others.
Trade-marks Are symbols, slogans shapes, names that are unique to one person or company.
Public Domain Someone's intellectual property that has never been copyrighted or patented or one that has expired leaving its use to everyone.
Moral Rights Preservation of an intellectual work by not allowing it to be distorted or rewritten.
Performing Rights Regulates the performing of music that is not the singer's intellectual property in public.
Plagiarism Using another persons intellectual property without authorization or claiming it as your own intellectual property.
Fair Dealing Equal rights of others concerning the use of an individual's intellectual property. However it permits some exceptions for specific purposes such as reporting, reviewing and so on.
Patent Protects intellectual ideas surrounding new inventions and protects the rights of the inventor to get credit for his inventions.
Blanket Licence Allows TV, radio and others to use music in the public sphere without having to ask permission for its use.
Created by: hawke