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Definition of Terms

Access Copyright A non-for-profit corporation/copyright collective that bridges the gap between content users and creators, effectively managing the needs of both groups through two core business functions: Licensing and Royalty Collection & Distribution.
Copyright Basically a law meant to protect intellectual property of creators or authors from being reproduced, copied, and/or stolen. It is a kind of intellectual property law.
Intellectual Property Legal rights to protect intellectual activities of those in the fields of scientific, literary, artistic, and industrial. Other types of intellectual properties are: (1) trademarks, (2) patents, (3) industrial designs, and (4) circuit topographies.
Royalty Percentage of the profit made from an intellectual property (ie. book, play) paid to the creator or author of the intellectual property.
Trade-Marks Slogans, names of products, distinctive packages, or unique product shapes used to distinguish the goods or services of one person or company from those of others.
Public Domain Those works whose intellectual property rights have expired (ie. Shakespeare’s literary works).
Moral Rights Rights of creators of copyrighted works generally recognized in civil law jurisdictions and, to a lesser extent, in some common law jurisdictions. Here, the author decides how his/her work will be used and within what context.
Performing Rights Right to perform music in public. This is part of copyright law and demands payment to the music’s composer/lyricist and publisher (with the royalties generally split 50/50 between the two).
Plagiarism An act that directly challenges the concept of intellectual honesty by either (1) Hands in someone else’s work as their own, and/or (2) Does not or improperly cites sources.
Fair Dealing Limited permission to copy, provided it is for non-commercial purposes and only for specific purposes, namely: (1) Research, (2) Private Study, (3) Criticism, (4) Review, and (5) News Reporting.
Patent A type of intellectual property right that protects new and useful inventions, albeit does not cover/excludes their artistic or aesthetic qualities.
Blanket License A license that gives the licensee the right to perform all of the works in the repertory for a single stated fee that does not vary depending on how much music from the repertory the licensee actually uses.
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