What is copyright?
“Copyright” is a right given to the creator of an original work upon its creation. This means that only they (and people they allow) can:
- Reproduce the work
- Create derivative works (those based on the original, such as a sequel to a book)
- Distribute copies of the work (eg, selling it online)
- Perform or display the work publicly
- Alter the terms of and/or parties involved with the copyright
Basically, it protects any original work you create from being stolen, copied, or given out by someone else. The main thing to remember here is that it doesn’t cover ideas or facts, although the implementation of these could still be copyrighted.
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