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EDIT Copyright Terms

Definitions of various terms related to copyright in Canada

Access Copyright The Canadian copyright licensing agency. They acquires money from organizations for the right to reproduce copyright-protected works and then distributes these revenues to those that own the rights.
Copyright Rules that regulate copying and reproduction of original works. It provides legal protection for people’s ideas.
Intellectual Property The legal right to one’s ideas (or intellectual activities) in a variety of areas, including science, technology, literature, etc.
Royalty Payments made to the owner of a copyright for the use of their works or intellectual property.
Trade-Marks A design and/or word(s) that identifies a person or organization and the goods and/or services that they provide.
Public Domain Works that belong to the public and can be used for free either because they are not protected by copyright or because the owner has permitted their free use by the public.
Moral Rights No matter who owns a copyright, an author of a creative work has three special rights to that work: the right to the integrity of the work, the right to be associated with the work either by name or a pseudonym, and the right to remain anonymous.
Performing Rights The right to perform music in public. These rights are protected by performing rights organizations, such as SOCAN in Canada.
Plagiarism Claiming ownership of another person’s work or ideas – presenting it as your own work without acknowledging the actual author.
Fair Dealing Clauses in the Canadian Copyright Act that allow users, regardless of the presence of copyright, to deal with copyright material for the purpose of research, private study, education, parody, satire, criticism or review and news reporting.
Patent A government-granted right that people can apply for to disallow others to make, use or sell one’s original ideas/works/inventions in Canada.
Blanket License Issued by performing rights societies (e.g. SOCAN) and for a single fee authorizes the public performance of all works in the society’s catalogue (such as on the radio).
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