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Terms Copy&Intel

Copyright and Intellectual property terms

Access Copyright the specific registration name of a Canadian business or Corporation
Copyright concerning rights to copy ideas or any works
Intellectual Property not a physical object but an “idea” or “expression” of oneself that is owned as noted as their own
Royalty money that is paid to a composer or author when a work is being used for public performances or being sold
Trademarks products or services of a business, individual or corporation that is owned by such
Public Domain works belonging to the public and are free to copy and use and can be done without permission
Moral Rights the rights of the creator that are considered a copyright
Preforming Rights providing legal rights to the creators of the art form
Plagiarism presenting someone else’s work and claiming it as your own
Fair Dealing a law that allows individuals to use to use copyrighted works in a form that does not threaten interest of the copyright holder but benefits the society and culture.
Patent interventions or ideas that are copyrighted but do not require permission to copy
Blanket License a license that is annually paid to and authorizes public performances
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