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Property and Copyrig

Intellectual Property and Copyright definitions

Access copyright Company that collects copyright revenues and gives it to the rightful owners of the copyrighted work.
Copyright Only the copyright owner has the right to produce or let others reproduce or sell a certain work of theirs.
Intellectual Property Legal rights that result from intellectual activity. Usually non-physical objects such as lyrics to a song.
Royalty A usage based payment for the right to the use of intellectual property.
Trade-Marks A word or design used to identify the goods or services of a group or company.
Public Domain Work that belongs to the public
Moral Rights Personal to the creator/author no matter who owns the copyright.
Performing Rights The right to perform music in public.
Plagiarism An act that challenges intellectual honesty. For example handing in someone else's work or improperly citing someone else's work.
Fair Dealing It is an exception to the exclusive right presented by the copyright law.
Patent A right that is granted by the government to exclude others from making, using, and selling your invention in Canada.
Blanket License Allows TV and radio stations to play music without having to acquire the rights to the song each time they play it.
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