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These are the notes that cover general information over copy righting materials.
Introduction to Visual Communication Design
Stacey Stewart
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Copyright, laws, infringement, fair, use
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Date Created: 10/17/16
Copyright-information ● Copyright act 1976: ● Create is protected ● 1988 Bono copyright extension ● Lifetime plus seventy-five years ● Trademark is not copyright - Copyright a form of intellectual property protection for creative work that defines ad supports ownership. - Copyright is a legal concept enacted by ​most governments​, giving the creator of an original work exclusive ownership to the work. Copyright ● If you create it, you are presumed to own it. ● Work Made for Hire ( exception) ● Registration (getting ready to sue someone) ● If the copyright is registered with the U.S Copyright Office, the infringer may also have to pay copyright owner what's called statutory damages- an amount set by the judge that will usually be higher ● http://​ Fair Use ● Use of work may be considered fair, such as criticism,comment,news reporting,teaching,parody,scholarship and research. ● Use for nonprofit educational purposes. ● Portion used in relation to the work as a whole. ● Use effect up in the potential market for, or value of the copyrighted work. ● ● copyright basics ● Purpose and character of use ● Nature ● Amount and substantiality ● Effect on the market Poster was based on Associated Press photography by freelance photographer Mannie Garcia. Taken at a 2006 media event. Associated Press announced that it determined” that photograph used in the poster is an AP poto and that its use required permission Claimed “ Fair use” AP claimed “infringement” To Remember: Remember the purpose of copyright Who the Bono Act is in Reference to Is it legal to share certain copyrighted materials ? why or why not ? General Copyright information


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