Copyright & Licenses

By ; Jocelyn Reyes

Copyright

A copyright is a collection of rights granted to the author of a piece of work (book, song, video, etc.)
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Public Domain

Expired Copyright, The work was created using public money, The creator donated the work into public domain

Example

Classic literature, Classical music
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Freeware

Is a copyright work that you can copy, use, or give away for free

Example

Windows Media Player can be downloaded for free in any PC computer


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Shareware

Copyrighted work that you can copy, share, and use for free, but only for a limited time. If you want the full/permanent program, you must pay for it.

Example

Lite apps in the app store are free, but are also scaled down versions of the real app. You can get it to try it, and if you like it, you can buy the real one.

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All Rights Reserved

Only allows purchaser to use the software according to the details in the license agreement.

Example

Only allows purchaser to use the software according to the details in the license agreement.
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Open Source

Denoting software for which the original source code is made freely available and may be redistributed and modified.

Example

Firefox and Chrome
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