You should to duplicate or use a work protected by copyright with the copyright owner's authorization. Copyright applies to any medium, this means that you should not copy copyright protected work in an alternate medium without authorization. This incorporates, distributed photos on the web, making a sound recording of a book, a painting of a photo etc.
A copyright protected work can have more than one copyright, or an alternate Intellectual Property Right [IPR], joined with it. Case in point, a collection of music can have separate copyrights for distinct tunes, sound recordings, craftsmanship, and so on. Whilst copyright can protect the work of art of your logo, you could additionally register the logo as a trademark.
Copyright can protect:
- Dramatic works, including dance or mime
- Musical works
- Recordings of a work, including sound and film
- Broadcasts of a work
- Layouts or typographical arrangements used to publish a work, for a book for instance
- Artistic works, including paintings, engravings, photographs, sculptures, collages, architecture, technical drawings, diagrams, maps and logos
- Literary works, including novels, instruction manuals, computer programs, song lyrics, newspaper articles and some types of database
Benefits of copyright protection
Copyright permits you to protect your unique material and prevents others from using your work without your authorization. The presence of copyright may be sufficient on its own to prevent others from attempting to exploit your material. On the off chance that it doesn't, it provides for you the right to make lawful move to stop them misusing your copyright, and to claim damages.
By understanding and using your copyright and related rights protection, you can:
- Permit your copyright for use by others however hold the proprietorship.
- Offer the copyright however hold the ethical rights.
- Object if your work is distorted or mutilated.
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