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Copyrights

TermDefinition
Access Copyright Licensing agency used to bridge together those requesting published work and paying the creators of the original work
Copyright One cannot "copy" or use ideas/words, work without the permission of the creator. The creator owns the rights of their work.
Intellectual Property Rights that someone holds along with their work. This work is "non-physical", like words.
Royalty Money paid to the owners of the work so one can use their work.
Trade-Mark Symbol, words, jingles, etc., used to associate these with the goods that a business or services of a company. (Example, McDonald's: I'm Lovin' It).
Public Domain Work that is free to the public, no royalties are needed. Example, the use of facts in newspapers.
Moral Rights creator has the right to claim his work as his own, not have a name associated with his work, or can use a "fake" name that represents his work. Work can be adapted as long as the re-worked work remains honourable. Can refuse any body from using his work
Performing Rights Paying royalties to artists who wish to let other businesses use their music, crafts, and other creative domains.
Plagiarism When somebody uses someone else's work and passes it as their own. Also, improper citation.
Fair Dealing An exception to the Copyright Act, which allows content to be used in specific domains such as study, research, criticism, etc.
Patent Ensure that no one duplicates new inventions or techniques.
Blanket License Group of copyrighted work (large amounts)and ability to use them, without negotiation for all of the work. Covers all the work (like would a blanket).
Created by: NLARO