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Definition of Terms for week 10

Access Copyright They are the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency who work as a mediator between those who hold the copyrights and those who want to use their work and pay them royalties
Copyright When someone creates a piece of work (music, photograph, article ect.) they have the right to protect their work and the right to decide who can use their work.
Intellectual Property This is not physical property that be held in ones hand, it is instead someones own thoughts and ideas that have been recorded in the form of a book, lyrics, a design and so forth.
Royalty A royalty is paid to a copyright owner when their work is used.
Trade-Marks Something specific, such as a slogan, title or a phrase, that is unique to a product, company or a specific person.
Public Domain When a copyright ends it then becomes accessible to any one and it is now part of the public domain.
Moral Rights After someone holds a copyright to their work, if they give it to someone else or lose the copyright they still have moral rights to their work, meaning it's still theirs and they are still the author.
Performing Rights In Canada the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada allows pieces of music to be played by someone else on behalf of the original creator.
Plagiarism When one individual takes someone else's work and says that it's their own work.
Fair Dealing This is when someone else's copyrighted work is used for a specific purpose and it does not count as breaking copyright laws. In Canada that purpose can be for private study, research, criticism, review or news reporting.
Patent This protects you from any one else stealing your ideas for an invention.
Blanket License Allows companies, such as radio stations, to play a song over and over again without having to receive rights to do so every single time.
Created by: khenderson