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Copyright in Canada

Terms

TermDefinition
Access Copyright Collects revenue from licensed businesses that have used or
Copyright Protection for the person that has created the song or video or voice recordings so no one can use it.
Intellectual Property When there isn't a physical object but a person still can make ownership claims. EX. lyrics or computer code
Royalty Usage based payments paid to another person when they distribute a certain product.
Trade Marks How to tell the difference of goods and services between different companies. EX. McDonalds and Burger King.
Public Domain When you can legally use someone else's work when they have forfeited the right to them.
Moral Rights What you as a citizen has a right to morally.
Performing Rights The right to perform music in public and if you perform another artists song they have the right to 50% of your profits.
Plagiarism Copying someone's words and using them as your own.
Fair Dealing Someone elses work can be used when doing purposeful things such as: Research Private Study Criticism Review News Reporting
Patent How to protect your own thoughts and innovations when you create something and do not want anyone else using your ideas.
Blanket Liciences When the artist gives permission for you to use their music. EX. the radio
Created by: MissLangford