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F026 COPYRIGHT

Legal Rights & Copyright

TermDefinition
Intellectual Property (IP) an idea or creation of the mind made real in a form we can touch, see, or hear, for which the law provides exclusive rights to the creator.
Patent A legally protected exclusive IP right granted by government to an invention of a non-obvious item, software or process.
Trademark A legally protected exclusive IP right to use a design or words like a slogan or logo to identify a company, products or services.
Trade Secret A legally protected exclusive IP right to a formula, process, or information, which is not generally known, by which a business can obtain an advantage over competitors.
Copyright A legally protected exclusive IP right to copy, publish, or sell original works of authorship that are fixed in a tangible form of expression.
Tangible Form A form of expression that we can touch, see, or hear (even if in digital form)
Public domain When a creative work is NOT protected by copyright law but instead belongs to the public as a whole.
Fair use a legal defense that allows limited use of copyrighted material for certain purposes such as news reporting or education, without acquiring permission.
Derivative work Any creation that includes major, copyright-protected elements of an original, previously created work.
Royalty A payment made to the owner of a copyright, patent, trademark, or trade secret for each use of the protected property.
Royalty Free A copyright license purchased for a flat fee, that does not require payment of a royalty each time you use the item.
Talent Release A legal document granting permission to use a persons face and/or voice in a video production or photograph.
Property Release A legal document granting permission to shoot on private property.
Copyright Infringement The unauthorized, illegal use of copyrighted works.
Creative Commons A copyright license where creators retain copyright ownership, while allowing others to copy, distribute, for NON COMMERCIAL uses of their work for the public good.
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