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chap1_pe4_copyright - Copyright and the Law Student Name...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/24/10 Copyright and the Law Student Name Student Class
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Definition A copyright provides legal protection to a written or an artistic work Protected work may include images, symbols, novels, movies, songs, and software A copyright protects expressions of ideas Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, or systems
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Exclusive Rights A copyright gives its author exclusive rights to the use and duplication of a work for a designated time The author may sell and/or give up a portion of that right Give distribution rights to a publisher Grant movie rights to a studio
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Conveying Limited Rights Software developers convey limited rights to the software through: End User License Agreement Grants full use to the software on one computer Prohibits purchaser from copying, modifying, or selling the software Site License Permits an organization to run multiple
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Copyright Infringement Occurs when a copyright is violated
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