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Access Copyright A copyright licensing company that provides the public with the formal legal copyright for their works.
Copyright The right to copy or reproduce your intellectual or physical property.
Intellectual Property Property that does not physically exits. For example your thoughts and ideas or lyrics to a song.
Royalty Set payments agreed upon for the ongoing use of someones works. Payments go to those who hold the copyright.
Trade-Marks The sign, symbol, motto, etc. that is used to mark products as the copyright of a person or company.
Public Domain Refers to products or works that belong to the general public and can be used/reproduced without permission or recognition.
Moral Rights The creator(s) of a works right to the integrity and association with their works.
Performing Rights The rights to perform a copyright holders work in public. most cases require royalty payments.
Plagiarism Using someone else's work as your own, or not crediting/referencing the creator of a work when used.
Fair Dealing Permits the non commercial copying of someones work for either research, private study, criticism, review or news reporting.
Patent a right, granted by the government, to exclude others from making, using, or selling someones invention in Canada
Blanket Licnese Allows for the use of someones work without a limit on its use.
Created by: nathanr