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Shaelyn Walton

Intellectual Property and Copyright terms for EDIT 202

Access Copyright Ensures that creators are paid when their intellectual material is copied
Copyright Allows an author to protect his/her published works for up to 70 years after their death. Gives them license to copy, distribute, and sell their content. Does not include ideas.
Intellectual Property Anything that is created by the mind, from inventions to art to literary works
Royalty The amount of money paid to an author for the use of their copyrighted work
Trade-Marks Identifies the products of one source from similar products of another source
Public Domain Applies to works with ineligible or expired copyrights; available to any person for any purpose; no one has ownership
Moral Rights The rights of creators as per the copyright laws of Canada
Performing Rights The right to perform music in public
Plagiarism The intentional or accidental practice of taking someone else's work/ideas and passing them off as one's own
Fair Dealing Exceptions to copyright laws
Patent A government granted license given to an inventor giving exclusive rights to produce and sell a product for a limited time
Blanket License Authorizes a collection of songs to be played as often and as many times as wanted (e.g., the radio)
Created by: shaejwalt