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Intellectual Property & Copyright

Access Copyright provides innovative copyright licensing solutions to governments, businesses, educators and other organizations for legal, worry free access to copyright protected content, while making sure that the creators and publishers are paid for the secondary uses
Copyright rights regarding the use of a person's intellectual property
Intellectual Property non-physical property
Royalty A sum paid to copyright owners for the sale or use of their musical works, or other subject matter
Trade-marks are used to distinguish the goods or services of one person or company from those of another. This includes slogans, names of products, distinctive packages, or unique product shapes.
Public Domain enables works that are no longer restricted by copyright to be marked as such in a standard and simple way, making them easily discoverable and available to others.
Moral Rights recognize that a work is a special act of creativity by an author. As a result, an author has special rights that attach to that work, regardless of who owns the copyright.
Performing Rights any viewing or exhibition of a film in a public place must have a Public Performance Rights license. In this context classrooms at universities and colleges are considered public places
Plaigarism Using the work (or part of it) of another person and claiming it as your own
Fair Dealing an exception that permits limited and non commercial copying for specific purposes. Fair Dealing is a user’s right that facilitates creativity and access to information by balancing the restrictions in the Copyright Act. Fair Dealing is not an uncondition
Patent protects new and useful “inventions,” such as processes, equipment, and manufacturing techniques, but do not cover an object’s artistic or aesthetic qualities.
Blanket License gives the licensee the right to perform all of the works in the repertory for a single stated fee that does not vary depending on how much music from the repertory the licensee actually uses
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