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Copyright Terms

Definitions of copyright terms in a Canadian Context

TermDefinition
Access Copyright A Not-For-Profit Corporation that collects revenue from copyright and licenses
Copyright The legal right to not have your creative worked copied by anyone else unless given permission
Intellectual Property Property that is not tangible but is someones idea.
Royalty When the copyright owner requires another person to pay for the use of their work.
Trade-Marks Recognizable sign or slogan to a specific person or group.
Public Domain When intellectual right is expired or given up so that anyone can use the original owners intellectual property
Moral Rights Based on a persons values and what they see as being morally right to show or download. Example giving your friends your purchased music
Performing Rights Right to perform in public
Plagiarism Taking credit for another persons work
Fair Dealing Grants creator all rights on the dealing of their work through copyright
Patent Protects new ideas legally so someone else cannot take it for their own.Covers manufacturing techniques and equipment
Blanket License When a company or organization has a license that allows them to play music without having to get permission every time.
Created by: mr bimba