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EDIT 202 - Copyright

Intellectual Property

Patent Patents protect inventions, but do not protect aesthetic qualities.
Trademark These are used to distinguish the goods and services of one person or company from another.
Copyright A property right of one's own private properties.
Intellectual property This type of property refers to non-physical forms of objects.
Access copyright A non-profit organization that authors receive fair compensation when their works are being used.
Plagiarism Happens when someone's work is being used improperly and without credit. A form of cheating.
Royalty Payments that are based on a percentage of selling price from copies of a published work.
Public domain These occur when an intellectual property expires, becomes forfeited, or is inapplicable.
Moral rights These allow the author of a public work to control their works.
Performing rights Refers to the copyright law of performing music in public.
Fair dealing An exception that allows limited/non-commercial copying for specific purposes, like facilitating creativity and learning.
Blanket license These allow radio and television stations, DJs, musicians, and public businesses to play music without needing to acquire the proper rights to play songs.
Created by: mattcheung