Nuts and Bolts of Copyright: Creation, Protection, Length and Ownership - Part I


Copyright law today not only protects authors or publishers from making unauthorized copies, but also copyright law encompasses other rights including without limitation a "derivative work", distribution of the copyrighted material, public performance , public display and digital audio transmission of sound recordings. In this article, we briefly explore some of the basic questions in copyright law, including: When Does Copyright Protection Start? What Are Protected by Copyright Law? How Long Does Copyright Last? and Who Owns Copyright?

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