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EDIT 202 Week 10 Flashcards

Access Copyright A canadian business, officially named the Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency, which collects funds to distribute to the owners of intellectual material, for the reproduction of such works.
Copyright A legal concept which grants exclusive rights of original content, to the creator of such content.
Intellectual Property A legal concept which defines the original creations of one's mind to be subject to exclusive rights.
Royalty A payment made to the owner of a patent or copyright, for its use.
Trade-Mark A trademark is a distinct symbol or sign which identifies or separates a particular brand or product from others.
Public Domain Any works in which intellectual property rights are expired, and therefore the content is licensed for public use.
Moral Rights The rights for creators of copyrighted content, most directly related to attribution recognition or anonymity, and right to integrity of the content.
Performance Rights The right to perform music in public. Permission to do so must be obtained from the creator of the content.
Plagiarism Misrepresentation of another's intellectual property as one's own original creation.
Fair Dealing The right to limited use of copyrighted content for purposes of research, critique, review or news reporting.
Patent Exclusive rights which are granted to an inventor for an invention, which may be a process or a product.
Blanket License A license to use a collection of copyrighted content, most often music, in a setting where issuing individual licenses would be impractical.
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