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Canadian Copyright Definitions

Access Copyright A non-profit corporation in Canada
Copyright All property rights. No individual has the right to reuse or copy this property. The owner only has the right to copy.
Intellectual Property non-physical, or non-existent object property. For example, song lyrics.
Royalty A payment for copyright use to the owner of the product.
Trademarks One person's or company's distinctive name or slogan that is used to differentiate goods or services.
Public Domain Any information, images, writing,etc., that is posted on the internet and is accessible to the public to copy and reuse.
Moral Rights Are rights to the creator for their copyrighted works.
Performing Rights Allows individuals to perform types of music legally.
Plagiarism The act of taking someone else's ideas and using them as your own.
Fair Dealing Are exceptions and limitations of a copyright.
Patent An authority that protects the owner's rights to their product.
Blanket License A license that allows an individual the rights to the product, to sell, copy, etc. However, can only do so with a fee.
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