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Copyright

The collection of rights granted to the author of piece of work

The 5 Types of Licenses

Public Domain

Freeware

Shareware

All Rights Reserved

Open Source

Public Domain

isn't protected by copyright because:

- copyright expired

-created using public money

-the creator donated work to public domain

The book romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare is public domain because the copyright has expired

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Freeware

Copyrighted work that you can use, copy , or give away for free

ITunes is Freeware because theres one version for everyone and it's free, and they can make money off of because you buy your music from Itunes

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Shareware

Copyrighted work is similar to freeware, but if you want permanent or full use you must pay for it. It offers a free trial.

Aol sent out Cds where they got a number of hours free and so you get your email and everything all set up on there you don't really want it to change so you just buy the full version.

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All Rights Reserved

May be used by purchaser according to the exact details in the license agreement.

The hunger games is copyrighted with all rights reserved so you can't copy or share it.

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Open Source

Software that includes the source code with the idea that someone can improve upon it.

Chrome and Firefox have extensions so if you want to tweak or add things to your search bar you can.

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