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Copyright Terms

Week 10 EDIT 202

Access Copyright Allows users to copy information that is protected by copyright by giving compensation to creators of the material.
Copyright An intellectual property right; has to do with the owner's ability to reproduce or use the intellectual property in question; lasts 50 years after the owner's death.
Intellectual Property Something that we can claim ownership to, but is intangible.
Royalty Payments that are made to the owner of the intellectual property in order to use that product.
Trade-Marks slogans, names, or images used to distinguish a particular product from others.
Public Domain Includes all works that are no longer privately owned and can be used by the public; can be as a result of property rights that have expired.
Moral Rights The rights that the creators of copyrighted material have to ensure the integrity of their work.
Performing Rights In order to perform a song/music that a person does not own copyright for, permission must be obtained from the person who owns that copyright.
Plagiarism Taking credit for someone else's work or using someone else's ideas and failing to cite, or improperly citing, them.
Fair Dealing Exceptions to exclusive copyright laws where people can use material for research, private study, criticism, review, or news reporting. Uses 6 criteria to determine if use is acceptable (Purpose, Character, Amount, Alternatives, Nature and Effect).
Patent Protect new ideas or products from being copied, but do not protect aesthetic qualities
Blanket License Instead of paying to use a product each time it is used, this allows the user to pay a lump sum and use the product over and over (Ex. radio stations playing songs).
Created by: eortt
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