by: Grant Brown

The Licenses of Copyright

Public Domain, Freeware, Shareware, All Rights Reserved, and Open Source. Public Domain is when the copyright has expired. or when it is created using public money. Or created in a public place, so an english teacher can make as many copy’s of romeo and juliet as wanted, but can’t make copy’s on life of pie. Freeware is software that can be downloaded for free stuff like Itunes, safari, chrome. Shareware is software that you can use temporarily and must pay to use forever; winrar, free trials, demos. All Rights Reserved means that to use it you must have purchased the software and signed license of agreement; video games, newer movies. Open Source is software that includes its source code so it can be changed; chrome, safari, firefox.