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Module 10 Terms

Definitions of terms for Module 10

TermDefinition
Access Copyright Rights to who has access to the author/creator's work
Copyright A property right in which the author/creator decides how their property may be used
Intellectual Property Non-physical objects that has a copyright
Royalty A percentage of revenue from sale of intellectual property which is given to the author/creator
Trademarks Differentiates goods or services of a person or company from others
Public Domain Work that is free of charge, belongs to the public, and does not need permission from the author/creator to use
Moral Rights Personal rights of an author/creator that cannot be assigned unless waived by the author/creator
Performing rights Rights to perform music publically
Plagiarism The use of another person's thoughts, ideas, and/or work with giving any credit to original author
Fair Dealing A limitation to the exclusive right given my the copyright law to the author
Patent Protection of new "inventions"
Blanket License The rights to play many songs, as many times and as often as they want with a single license
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