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Synonyms for copyright

a document granting exclusive right to publish and sell literary or musical or artistic work

secure a copyright on a written work

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Such an allocation would be consistent with the court's historical approach of awarding authorship to the entity that is the actual creative force behind the copyrightable work.
279, 285 (2007) (noting sound recordings not copyrightable works under Copyright Act of 1909).
resolve disputes over potentially copyrightable works.
by faculty-developed copyrightable works such as software and digital
The Perkins Bill (1925) was the first to include Sound Recordings as a category of copyrightable works.
The problem in this situation is that copyright protection and enforcement may be too weak to stimulate creativity in copyrightable works.
Therefore, the public domain is the default state of copyrightable works, and copyright protection is an exception from that default state.
objects in which copyrightable works are capable of being fixed.
photos substantially less protection than it gives copyrightable works.
In other cases, such as photographs, sound recordings, and motion pictures, statutory enactment was deemed necessary to give them full recognition as copyrightable works.
To help make it clear that works created by employees are within the scope of employment, the parties should have a written agreement under which there is a clear delineation of the employee's duties as to the creation or contribution to the creation of copyrightable works such as software and websites.
Seek written copyright assignments or licenses from nonemployees responsible for creating copyrightable works that the association will publish or sell.
A portion of this research is concerned with the legal dimensions of the ownership of copyrightable works of University professors (Lape, 1992; Ver Steeg, 1990).
If Bleistein were erased from the books, I would not have had to witness on C-SPAN during a channel-surfing mishap the House suspend the rules and enact by unanimous consent (all two present saying "aye"), the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act,(11) which added twenty extra years of protection for all copyrightable works, mainly because Disney lobbied like crazy to keep their images from falling into the public domain.
The implementing legislation would make it illegal to break the encryption on copyrightable works such as Web pages, computer software, CDs, audiotapes or videotapes, or to make, sell or export devices that can do so.