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Access Copyright a non-profit copyright collective that operates in many countries including (and originating in) Canada.
Copyright A set of regulations that control the copying of original works. The legal protection on a certain expression of ideas.Only applies to a fixed expression, not ideas or concepts
Intellectual Property the legal rights encompass patenets, trade-marks, copyrights, industrial designs, etc., and are the legal rights that are held from creative pursuits..
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Performing Rights There are multiple types of copyrights. Performing rights are those of a specific performance of a piece of music, for example of a performance of a play in a theatre : performance, publishing, and broadcast rights can and often are held separately
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