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Copyright Terms for Edit 202

Access Copyright An organization that works with schools to allow access to various copyrighted materials for educational purposes.
Copyright The right to copy a work, usually granted to the one who holds the intellectual property and whoever they choose to grant it to.
Intellectual Property A creation from the mind that belongs to the creator exclusively.
Royalty The money given to the original artist for use of their work.
Trade-Marks A sign, phrase or design that is recognizable and belongs to a company.
Public Domain Public domain is intellectual property/patents that have expired and now belong to nobody, and are free to use.
Moral Rights Moral rights include the rights of attribution, anonymity, and the integrity of a piece of work. The artist keeps these rights indefinitely.
Performing Rights The rights to perform a specific piece of music or a play in public.
Plagiarism The use of intellectual property that does not belong to the user without permission/specification of use.
Fair Dealing Permits users to copy for specific purposes, such as criticism.
Patent A statement of ownership of an idea, specific implementation or intellectual property (songs, videos, etc.)
Blanket License A blanket licence allows public places to play copyrighted music by paying a fee.
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