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Copyright Terms - Canadian Context

Access Copyright Canadian not-for-profit organization started by copyright holders "To protect the value of their intellectual property by ensuring fair compensation when their works are copied." They are a key service provider for users of copyright protected works.
Copyright Is the right to control permission to copy creative works.
Intellectual Property The ideas, designs, and creative works, inclusive of the legal rights of their rightful owner.
Royalty Compensation to copyright holders for the sale or use of the works for which they hold rights to.
Trade-Marks Singularly or in combination, words or design used to uniquely identify the goods or services of one legal entity from another's in the marketplace.
Public Domain Works in the public domain have no copyrights - either through expiry or explicit waiver. In Canada copyrights expire 50 years after the authors death.
Moral Rights The right for the author to associated with their work by name, pseudonym, or anonymously, and to maintain the integrity of the original work. These rights stay with the author.
Performing Rights The rights of performers and sound recording producers to be paid for the public usage of their performances and recordings.
Plagiarism Representing a portion of someone else's work as your own.
Fair Dealing An exemption to copyrights of a work when used for the purpose of: private study, research, news reporting, review, criticism, parody, or satire.
Patent The rights granted by the federal government to exclusively make, use, or market an invention in Canada.
Blanket License Is a license that covers all compensable rights to the work.
Created by: Dan Maskalyk
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