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Access Copyright an organization that works to protect the value of the intellectual property of others by ensuring fair compensation when their works are copied.
Copyright rules regarding the copying of others original ideas and works, usually creative nature, something produced, owning the right to copy
Intellectual Property the creation of ideas, artwork, something non tangible ex. trademarks
Intellectual Honesty being honest about our own intelligence, what we know ourselves, don't plagiarize
Trade-marks a recognizable sign, design or expression which identifies products or services of a particular source from those of others.The trademark owner can be an individual, business organization, or any legal entity.-Wikipedia
Public Domain no copyright on the idea or work, any one can use it without having permission
Moral Rights include the author's right to be associated with the work by name, or pseudonym and the right to remain anonymous, and include the author's right to the integrity of the work -Copyright law of canada
Performing Rights the right to perform music in public
Plagiarism when someone hands in someone else's work, ideas, or the results of someone else's intellectual work or does not cite the contributor properly
Fair Dealing a two part test- steps to discover if it is free dealing to use no license- is it one of the allow purposes,
Technology Protection Measure (TPM) digital locks- used to stop others from using there media without permission
Creative Commons Organization promoting fair use license of digital artworks. News, license information.
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