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Copyrights mjohnson1

  1. 1. Respect Other People’s WorkWhen work is copyrighted, it is illegal for someone else to pass it off as theirown.Things that count as copyrightEven if you don’t see a copyrighted symbol on it doesn’t mean it is notprotectedHow to use copyrighted materialSometimes when you are preparing a report or presentation, you find a pieceof writing, music, or video clip that perfectly illustrates your pointExceptionsEven though things are copyrighted doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t use itIf it is for educational or commercial purposes you can get permission to use itFind out who owns the materialMany websites have a Terms of Use page that lets you know who owns thematerial and what you can and cannot use from the siteHow to get in touch with the ownerWrite a letter to the copyright owner and ask for written permission to use thematerialCite your source in a footnote, endnote, or credit line

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