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Copyright

Meanings of terms related to intelectual property and copyright

TermDefinition
Access Copyright The Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency
Copyright A set of rights granted by law to an author of a work
Intellectual Property A variety of intangible assessts such as words in a book
Royalty The payment to the owner of a copyright to use their works
Trade-marks A special sign used by an individual to identify his product
Public Domain Any work not covered by intelectual property rights
Moral Rights A subset of copyright laws
Performing Rights A subset of copyright laws for performers
Plagiarism Using or citing another person's work as yours
Fair Dealing A limitation to the copyright laws
Patent A set of rights granted to an inventor
Blanket License A license to broadcast music by a radio or TV network
Created by: qholam