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TermDefinition
Access Copyright a non-profit organization that allows for authors/publishers to get fair compensation when others use their work
copyright rights that the creators of a work have over how their work is used, deals with intellectual property
intellectual property property that is not in physical form, but is still the creation of someone who wants to claim ownership of it
royalty compensation given to the creator anytime someone uses their property
trade-marks used to tell apart goods/services of one person from another
public domain something that cannot be copyrighted, belongs to everyone and anybody can access and use it
moral rights author's rights over their own property
performing rights rights to perform music in public
plagiarism the claiming of someone else's work as your own
fair dealing copyright exceptions
patent a government-given right to make, use, or sell an invention
blanket license allows a performer to perform a song as many times as they want
Created by: anofe