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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What is Copy Right?"It is a right that the owner of (owner of the intellectual property)has in relation to how that intellectual property may be used. So the author has "legal rights to reproduce, publish and sell a work. 2009. Copyright Law in Canada: An Introduction to the Canadian Copyright Act | [online] Available at: [Accessed: 21 Jul 2013].Ex: you write a book, that is your intellectual property and you have a legal right to it. No one without your knowledge can reproduce that book. What is intellectual Property?Intellectual Property are "these objects thatdo no exist in physical for[such as a house or a car}but which we can still make ownership claims to". 2009. Copyright Law in Canada: An Introduction to the Canadian Copyright Act | [online] Available at: [Accessed: 21 Jul 2013].For example: words in a book or lines in a play. Copyright Royalties "Copyright royalties are fees paid to the owner of a copyright by another individual or company that has licensed the right to use that material in some way." (Unknown 2013)Bibliography: Unknown. 2013. What are Copyright Royalties?. [online] [Accessed: July 19, 2013]. Plagiarismis like cheating, is an act that directly challenges the concept of intellectual honesty. For example: Copying an essay off the internet and saying you wrote it or stealing someone else workwithout giving full credit or proper credit to the work. Fair Dealing is an exception that limited and non commercial copying user rights that facilitates creativity and accessto information by balancing the restrictions in the copyright act.Education is one of the 6 things that covers fair dealing. Digital LocksBill c-11 or the Copyright Modernization Actintroduces legal protection for digital locks. These locks are sometimes used by copy right owners to prevent thier work from being accessed or copied without premission."These locks are passwords or encryptions; it is against he law to break these locks. 2012Your Digital Presence. [online] Available at: [Accessed: 21 Jul 2013]. There are negative consequences for plagiarism!You can get kicked out of Post secondary and get zero for a grade !! If you do not have royaltiesyou can not copy the work at hand or try to break any kind of lock There are a few exceptions though CitationsWhen using works, make sure youproperly cite and give credit where it isdeserved! Unsure if you can copy it ask a teacher or librarian and also look online. Be safe and do not break any copyright laws. Facts About Copyright 2012. Your Digital Presence. [online] Available at: [Accessed: 21 Jul 2013].
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