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Access Copyright Canadian Copyright Agency. It protects intellectual property by redistributing monies when original works are copied. It focuses on reproduction rights of and distribute royalties. Non-profit service provider for institutions (business, schools).
Copyright The right to copy original works. The creator has the right to produce or reproduce the work or permit others to do so.
Intellectual Property Including unique ideas and it's expression. Industrial rights are protected by patents and trademarks. Protects works in arts, literature and industrial contexts.
Royalty payments for the usage of intellectual property based on patents, licenses, copyrights and trademarks
Trademarks words or symbols representing and distinguishing services of one person or organization.
Public Domain materials that are not protected by intellectual property laws (copyright, trademark, or patents). The public can use these works without permission.
Moral Rights protected under Copyright Law in Canada. It includes the right of authors to associate their name with their works, or remain anonymous. Authors also has the right to the integrity of the work.
Performing Rights the right to perform music in a public setting.
Plagiarism Occurs when a person uses someone else's work or idea as their own. It violates copyright laws.
Fair Dealing Fair Dealing allows limited and non commercial copying under given contexts. It allows access to information by reducing the restrictions of the Copyright Act.
Patent The right to restrict others from making, using, or selling an original invention. It is granted by government.
Blanket License licenses given to radio stations and venues for public music performances. It gives them performance rights
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