Copyright Flyer

By: Max Strong (2R)

What is Copyright?

A collection of rights granted to the author of a piece of work (book, song, video, software, etc.)

Public Domain

Public Domain isn’t protected by copyright law because it meets one of the following conditions.

•Copyright has expired.

•The work was created using public money.

•The creator donated the work to public domain.

Examples would be classic literature.


Freeware is copyrighted work that you can copy, use, or give away for free.
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Copyrighted work that you can share use for free, but only for a limited time.

Examples would be app demos and free trials.

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All Rights Preserved

Only allows the purchaser to use the software according to the details in the license agreement.

Examples would be software that you would buy from BestBuy.

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Open Source

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

Examples would be Firefox, Chrome, and Linx.

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