Copyright and Licenses
By: Landon Brenish
Has one condition that makes it not copyrighted.
Copyright has expired
Work was created using public money
Creator published into public domain.
Examples: Classic literature (Romeo and Juliet) classical music
Freeware is copyrighted work that you can use, copy, or give away for free.
Example: iTunes, windows, and internet explorer
Copyrighted work that you can use, copy, and share for free but only a limited time. If you want the full program you must pay for it.
Examples: Minecraft, any app that you can use a trial for.
All Rights Reserved
All rights reserved only allows the purchaser to use software according to the details spelled out in the license agreement. The license agreement can say anything really. For example, Microsoft use to say that you could only load its software onto one computer.