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Copyright defin

Terms for copyright

Copyright The right to how one's intellectual property are used or copied.
Intellectual property Ownership of how one expresses an idea in an original way.
Royalty Money paid for use of copyrighted material.
Trade-marks Distinct ways a product is distinguished- eg slogans, product names, packaging.
Public domain Works that belong to the public and do not require money or permission from the creator for use.
Moral rights The rights of Paternity (the author can use whatever name they wish as author), Integrity (use of a work must keep the original author's integrity intact), and Association (the author may refuse the use of their work in association with anything.
Access copyright A non-profit organization that provides licensing for use of copyright protected materials for royalty fee and distributed royalties to copyright owners.
Performing rights Songwriters, lyricists, composers, and music publishers have the right to be paid when their work is performed by others for money. SOCAN is the company that collects and distributes these royalties.
Plagarism The use of someone else's work as your own. Failure to cite the work of others used in your work.
Fair dealing An exception to copyright when the use is for research, private study, criticism, review, news reporting, education, or parody/satire providing that the use id "fair".
Patent Protects inventions"- processes, equipment, and manufacturing techniques but not an objects aesthetic or artistic qualities.
Blanket license A license that allows a music user the ability to use all the music in a performance Organizations repertoire as much as they want for a specified length of time.
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