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copyright definitions

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1. Access Copyright A Canadian company that collects revenues and gives it back to the producer of a work.
2. Copyright This is the right that a person has to their intellectual property. “right to copy”, which means the owner has the right to say how their work may or may not be reproduced.
3. Intellectual Property These are ideas and non-objects that copyright protects. For example, lyrics.
4. Royalty What you have to pay to use a piece of copyrighted work.
5. Trade-Marks distinguish one company’s products from another.
6. Public Domain Anything that does not have copyright on it; anyone can use or modify these things.
7. Moral Rights The creators right to be associated with their work.
8. Performing Rights The right to perform work, live or in any other way.
9. Plagiarism Infringing upon copyright and not citing your sources.
10. Fair Dealing statutory exception to the copyright law, such as for educational purposes.
11. Patent Protects new and useful “inventions”
12. Blanket License allow for the presentation of feature length films in a public domain. “public performance site license”
Created by: dakudaku