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Transcript of Copyright
By: William Esparza
Do's and Dont's
Edited By: William Esparza
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First Fact for Copyright (William)
Second Fact for Copyright (Estevan)
Third Fact for Copyright (Justin)
Creative Commons (William)
Public Domain (Justin)
Fair Use (Estevan)
Copyright's purpose is to ensure authors' works remain their property and gives them the exclusive right to modify, reproduce and distribute it as they wish. It helps authors promote their creativity; knowing they will be acknowledged and rewarded for it.
Copyright is use to protect people's works from being used by others freely. It appears in every brand there is and there is consequences for infringing people's copyright.
Copyright infringement can Result in a $250,000 fine and 10 years in prison
Creative Commons is a non-profit company that dedicates to making people's works available to the public for free. It's purpose is to make the freedom of expression more widely available to others, build a richer public domain. Creative Commons comes in a variety of licenses as: share-alike, non-derivs, non-profit, and attribution. These licenses can be mixed with each other.
For works created after January 1, 1978, copyrights last for 70 years after the death of the author.
There are many ways to deal with copyrighted material. Maybe something bad.....maybe something good...we don't know because you will make the decision of choosing what you do, but there will be consequences for every act you make.
Fair use must be nonprofit(unless otherwise stated by the creator) and have the specific copyright that the original had on it.If there is an infringement of the copyright you may be fined up to $250,000 and given a 10 year sentence to jail time.
Public domain are materials that are not protected by copyright, trademark, or patent law and is free for the public use.
-Ask the creator if you can use their work to distribute or modify it
-You can use other's work and distribute as you wish only in for fair use, like education, news reports and such
-Go to the copyright office site and make a copyright form correctly thru their system
-Do not pirate for it is against the law and gives you huge penalties.
-You can't declare a work as your own if you lack proof that you did it first
-Don't Use a work for your own personal profit