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EDIT202 Definitions

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Access Copyright A non-profitable Canadian organization, which ensures that publishers are paid when consumers use their work.
Copyright A right that enables you to make copies, license, and use others work in any media form.
Intellectual Property The idea that an individual owns their unique, creative thoughts.
Royalty The payments that the consumers give to the owners when the consumer wishes to use the owner's work.
Trademarks Something that distinguishes a good from others who produce the same good.
Public Domain When a literary work is available to the public without the restrictions of copyright.
Moral Rights Refers to the author's ability to control what happens to their work. Moral rights are the rights of the creator.
Performing Rights The ability to perform music in front of others. It demands that the music's composer and publisher receive royalties with a 50/50 split.
Plagiarism Taking credit for someone else's work.
Fair Dealing Allows an individual to use a work that they otherwise may not be able to use due to copyright restrictions. The individual must be using the work for a strict set of purposes.
Patent Legal ownership of a new idea.
Blanket License Allows individuals to play or perform songs as many times as they want while using a single license.
Created by: meganboonstra