Copyright law grants content creators exclusive rights to reproduce and sell their creations. The rights to reproduce, perform and distribute the copyrighted work are among the exclusive rights granted by 17 U.S.C. 106 of the Copyright Act of 1976. For example, if you write a book, no one else can photocopy and sell it without… Continue reading How Copyright Law Protects Creators of Original Works?
Difference Between Copyright, Patent & Trademark?
While every company understands the need of protecting its intellectual property, it’s easy to become confused about what sort of intellectual property safeguards. Even prominent publications frequently get it incorrect, reporting that a corporation owns a patent on a word r copyright to a technique or procedure. Here’s a quick guide on distinguishing between copyright,… Continue reading Difference Between Copyright, Patent & Trademark?