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EDIt 202- Week 10

Intellectual Property and Copyright

TermDefinition
Access Copyright - nonprofit organization that protects the value of intellectual property by ensuring fair compensation when works are copied. www. accesscopyright.ca
Copyright - Right one has in relaton to his/her property - Deals with non-physical (intellectual) property. - Literally means 'right to copy' www.mapleleafweb.com
Intellectual Property - Objects that do not exist in physical form, but one can still make ownership claims -include patents, trademarks, and industrial designs. -www.mapleleafweb.com
Royalty - A monetary rate that users must pay to use copyrighted material. This amount is then paid to the copyright owner.
Trade-Marks - Word(s), a design, or combination of the two used to identify the goods or services of one person or organization. www.cipo.ic.gc.ca - Identify the goods/services of one company from another. www.mapleleafweb.com
Public Domain - works that belong to the public tat can be used for free and do not require written permission from the creator. www.publications.gc.ca
Moral Rights - Includes the Right of integrity, association, and paternity. www.publications.gc.ca
Performing Rights - The copyright in the perfances of actors, singers, dancers, and musicians belong to the performer. www.publications.gc.ca
Plagiarism - Directly challenges the concept of intellectual honesty. - Copying another persons work, or does not properly credit the author when using their ideas. www.2learn.ca
Fair Dealing -"An exception that permits limited and non-commerical copying for specific purposes'. - A users right that facilitates creativity and access to information by balancing the restrictions in the copyright act. www.2learn. ca
Patent - A right granted by the government to exclude others from making, using, or selling your invention in Canada. -www. cipo.ic.gc.ca -Protect new and useful inventions and ideas. -www.malpleleafweb.com
Blanket License - A license issued that allowed a user to access of the copyrighted material within a category or catalogue. -Usually applies to music
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