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What is a Copyright? The legal right of ownership to the work produced in books, music, plays, graphics/pictures and computer software
What do Copyrights protect? tangible expression of ideas.
What is the purpose of a Copyright? to protect the creator of a creative work.
What is Infringement? the Act of violating a copyright by copying or otherwise distributing a copyrighted work without permission or authorization.
the Act of violating a copyright by copying or otherwise distributing a copyrighted work without permission or authorization. If you infringe on someone else’s copyright you can be sued
What is considered Fair use? If a copyrighted material is used for the following: Education Commentary or criticism News reporting Parody or making fun of work Using a small portion of the work It Is considered fair use
What is an example of a derivative work? An example of a derivative work would be a screenplay for a movie based on the book.
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