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Intellectual Property Law: Copyright

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Copyright.
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Copyright licenses -- United States.
Copyright -- United States.
Copyright -- United States -- Cases.
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Copyright -- United States -- Periodicals.
Copyrights 1976 United States.
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Piracy (Copyright).
Plagiarism.
Public domain (Copyright law).

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Copyright Law

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copyright, n. (18c) 1. The right to copy; specifically, a property right in an original work of authorship (including literary, musical, dramatic, choreographic, pictorial, graphic, sculptural, and architectural works; motion pictures and other audiovisual works; and sound recordings) fixed in any tangible medium of expression, giving the holder the exclusive right to reproduce, adapt, distribute, perform, and display the work. 2. The body of law relating to such works. • Copyright law is governed by the Copyright Act of 1976. 17 USCA §§ 101–1332. — Abbr. c. — copyright, vb. — copyrighted, adj.

COPYRIGHT, Black's Law Dictionary (9th ed. 2009), copyright
 

 
The federal laws governing copyrights are found in the United States Code Title 17:

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