Copyrights

Fair Use: Definition, Factors, Examples & Copyright Infringement

by: Lindsay Kramer

Understanding the fair use definition requires understanding its nuances. Under US copyright law, it is possible to use a copyrighted work without permission from the work's owner, but only within certain parameters. Uses within these parameters are ...
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What Is Copyright Law?

by Claire Gillespie

What Are the Copyright Laws for Karaoke?

by Gina Marie Anselmi

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Copyright Laws for Freeware and Shareware

by: Jennifer Mueller

U.S. copyright law protects the source code of computer programs as literary works, and may also protect screen displays as visual arts works or audiovisual work. Terms such as “freeware” and “shareware” describe software distribution methods.
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Copyright Laws for Playwrights

by: Holly Cameron

Copyright laws in the United States encourage the creation of dramatic works by granting exclusive rights to the writer. The Copyright Act of 1976 prevents others from reproducing or distributing copies of a play, or performing it in public, without ...
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What Happens If Someone Breaks a Copyright Law?

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