Copyright

Jeff Pack

Copyright


A collection of rights granted to the author of a piece of work

Public Domain

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)
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Freeware

Copyrighted material that you can use, share, or give away. FREE. Examples: iTunes, Windows, Firefox
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Shareware

Getting a full or permitted use of somebody else’s work but you pay full price. A Trial. Example: Minecraft Lite, AOL
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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)
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Open Source

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.
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