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  • 1. COPYRIGHT Name: Maryam Khamis Al Haili. Section: AT3 ID: H00209251
  • 2. FAIR USE Fair use: Allows unlimited use of materials reserved copyright without requiring permission from the rights holders, such as used in the study or reviews.
  • 3. WHEN IT IS FAIR USE -If it has the four factor.
  • 4. FOUR FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED ACCORDING TO FAIR USE LAWS Purpose and character. Nature of the copied work. Amount and substantiality. Effect upon works value.
  • 5. RESOURCES - Electronic Frontier Foundation. (2006). Fair use frequently asked questions. Retrieved from http://www.teachingcopyright.org/handout/fair-use-faq -123RF now ranks as the leading global provider of content. (2005). Stock photo - background wordcloud illustration of public domain work glowing light. Retrieved from http://www.123rf.com/photo_6528250_background-concept-wordcloud-illustration-ofpublic-domain-work-glowing-light.html concept -L.angwitches (2009, Sep 12). [Web log message]. Retrieved from CopyrightCreative Commons- Fair Use- Public Domain
  • 6. PUBLIC DOMAIN Property rights that have expired or have been forfeited , or are inapplicable. Something can be used freely by anyone.
  • 7. WHEN IS SOMETHING IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN After expired date and before 1923 in US.
  • 8. APA RESOURCES -Eean. (2001, November 5). Public domain. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_domain -Cardinal, I. (2010, march 26). Expired (bis). Retrieved from http://www.eyecreate.com/2010/03/expired-bis/
  • 9. CREATIVE COMMONS non-profit organization their goal is to expand the field of creative works and make it available for people to use it in a manner consistent with the requirements of intellectual property laws.
  • 10. APA RESOURCES - Olivier. (2002, October 15). Creative commons. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creative_Commons
  • 11. COPYRIGHT A group of exclusive rights that regulate the use of texts or any practical expression of an idea or information.
  • 12. APA RESOURCES - Vorobey, A. (2001, Septembe 30). Copyright. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright -Friedman, V. (2007, July 7). Copyright explained: I may copy it, right?. Retrieved from http://www.smashingmagazine.com/2007/07/07/copyright-explained-imay-copy-it-right/