A collection of rights granted to the author of a piece of work
Isn’t protected but copyright laws because it meets one of the following conditions: copyright has expired, work has been created using public money, or the creator donated the work into the public domain. Example: classic literature (Moby Dick)
Copyrighted material that you can use, share, or give away. FREE. Examples: iTunes, Windows, Firefox
Getting a full or permitted use of somebody else’s work but you pay full price. A Trial. Example: Minecraft Lite, AOL
All Rights Reserved
Allows the purchaser to use the software according to the details spelled out in the license agreement. Most software you buy at Best Buy or a similar store is considered All Rights Reserved (Video Games)
Software that includes the source code with idea that someone can improve it. Linux allows people to find interesting ideas and share it in an online community.