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Canadian Copyright

Canadian Copyright terminology

1. Access Copyright A non-profit organization that represents authors of printed and artistic work which protects intellectual property
2. Copyright “the right to copy”, only the owner or creator is permitted to copy or reproduce the work. Protects the creator of original material
3. Intellectual Property – Legal rights from an original or creative thought or activity (industrial, scientific, literary, and artistic fields)
4. Royalty Money paid to copyright owners for their works
5. Trade-Marks A picture or word used by a manufacturer or company to distinguish their company from another
6. Public Domain Copyright-free work that can be used for any purpose
7. Moral Rights Right of an author over their work to be named as the author even after the sale/ transfer of a copyright
8. Performing Rights Rights of performers and producers to be compensated when their works are performed or broadcasted publically.
9. Plagiarism Claiming another person’s work for your own
10. Fair Dealing Using works for private study, research, criticism, review or news reporting that does not fall under copyright infringement.
11. Blanket License Gives the user the right to perform all the work for a single fee and is not limited to a number of uses
12. Patent. Excludes others from making, using or selling an invention.
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