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Property + Copyright

Intellectual property and copyright EDIT 202

Access Copyright An organization that created to ensure that the owners of works are receiving what they are entitled when their work is copied.
Copyright A legal entitlement to the authors/artists of work to reproduce, publish or sell work. Only protect the expressions of ideas and themes, not the ideas and themes themselves.
Intellectual Property The legal rights that come from an intellectual activity.
Royalty Amount paid to use an intellectual property, which if not paid for, would be considered infringement.
Trade-Marks A word or design that allows a service or organization to be recognized from others in the industry or marketplace.
Public Domain Works that are not protected under copyright. Either the author has waived the copyright or it the end of the year fifty years after the author has died.
Moral Rights Protects the personality of the author in their works by way of the copyright.
Performing Rights The right to preform a work in various types of mediums.
Plagiarism Taking another persons work and passing it off as your own.
Fair Dealing Allows the use of limited and non commercial use of a work as long as it pertains to research, reviews, criticism, news reporting and private study.
Patent An allowance by the government to not permit others to reproduce or sell a person's invention.
Blanket License Giving the right to use a work as many times as needed for a stated cost.
Created by: mcentire