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Access Copyright the permission to access and reproduce others works
Copyright legal right to use the author's work such as selling and reproducing the work.
Intellectual Property ideas or concepts that can legally be protected
Royalty money paid to acess or use the copyright material
Trade-Marks a symbol that identifys a organization or person
Public Domain works that are free to use
Moral Rights rights to perserve the integrity of a work and its original author.
Performing Rights gives musical copyright owners control where there works are expressed or performed -the right to perform a work
Plagiarism copying others works
Fair Dealing Using works in a way that does not infringes copyright, such as study and review.
Patent protects the inventor's idea and gives them the rights to sell and reproduce it in Canada
Blanket License an agreement that covers many works and allows thir uses, for example allows music stations to use many songs.
Created by: Rachow