By: Delaney Tyon


A copyright is the collection of rights granted to the author of a piece of work (book, song, and art).
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Public Domain

It isn’t protected by copyright law. Needs copyright to be expired, needs source to be created using public funds, and needs the user to of have donated the piece.

Example: Classic Literature

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Work that user can copy and use for free.

Example:Safari or internet explorer.

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A program free of charges but time limited that can be distributed and copied legally.


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All Rights Reserved

Allows the purchaser to use the software according to the details in the licensing agreement.

Example:Microsoft Word.

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Open Source

A software that included the source code in hope that somebody could improve it.

Example:FireFox and Chrome.

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