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CopyrightCopyright law gives six exclusive rights to the owner of copyrightcopy the workissue copies to the publicrent or lend the work to the public.perform, play or show the work in publicbroadcast the work or include it in a cable program servicemake an adaptation of the work or to do any of the above with anadaptation
Copyright works1. original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works2. sound recordings, films, broadcasts and cable programs3. the typographical arrangement of published editions
Literary worksDatabaseComputer Programs.
Who owns copyrightThe first owner of copyright is the author of a work. The author is theperson who creates a workthe author of a sound recording is the producer; • the author of a filmis the producer or principal director; • in the case of a broadcast theauthor is the person making the broadcast; • the author of a cableprogram is the person providing the cable program service in which theprogram is included; • if the work is the typographical arrangement of apublished edition, the author is the publisher

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