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Access Copyright Canadian copyright licensing organization
Copyright the sole right to reproduce, publish, sell, or distribute literary or artistic work
Intellectual Property the individual output of an individual or organization belonging to that individual or organization
Royalty a share of a product or profit claimed by the owner for allowing an individual/organization to use the property
Trade-Marks a device that points distinctly to the origin or ownership of merchandise to which it is applied and that is legally reserved for the exclusive use of the owner
Public Domain the status of a published work or invention upon which the copyright or patent has expired or which has not been patented or subject to copyright. It may thus be freely used by the public
Moral Rights intrinsic value of a human being (UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Performing Rights the right of an individual or organization to perform an artistic work in public
Plagiarism to present the ideas or words of another as one's own
Fair Dealing a limitation and/or exception to the exclusive right granted by copyright law to the author of a creative work
Patent an official document conferring to an inventor, for a term of years, exclusive rights to his or her invention
Blanket License NETFLIX/GALAXY <- Pay a flat fee for access to a whole list of producers/musicians/artists for a certain period of time
Created by: EdStudentJeff