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JeopardyBy: Marcus Poplawski
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What is the definition of      copyright?Answer
Back to mainCopyright is a type of ownership right thatdeals with non-physical entities (like music,photographs, and films...
Property that is creativethrough copyright, patent, trade-mark,                          or unique and can be protected fr...
Intellectual Property        Back to main
What is the definition of fair         dealings?  Answer
Fair dealing is a concept under copyrightlaw that gives exclusions to copyright forcertain purposes.        Back to main
What are royalties?Answer
An amount paid to copyright owners forthe sale or use of their unique works orother subject matter              Back to main
Answera license that is obtained by variety of businesses andorganizations who use large amounts of copyrights.This licens...
Blanket License       Back to main
What is a patent?Answer
A way to protect intellectual property.Usually involved to protect "inventions."The patent does not cover the inventionsvi...
What is a public domain?Answer
Refers to those works that belong to thepublic. These works are free to use anddo not require written permission fromthe a...
What are moral rights?Answer
Are personal to an author regardless ofwho owns copyright. They expire thesame time that the copyright does.              ...
What are performer rights? Answer
They comprise the legal rights of a performer orperformers to be financially compensated (forexample, see Royalties) every...
AnswerA symbol, be it a word, design or acombination of these, that is used toidentify and distinguish goods orservices as...
Trade Mark     Back to main
What is private copying?Answer
Refers to the electronic reproduction ofexisting recordings of music and soundsand performances onto a recordablemedium, s...
What is a maintenance         fee?Answer
Are fees that are paid for prescribedperiods by the applicant to keep theirapplication in effect. These applicationscan be...
SourcesA Guide to Copyrights - Appendix II - Glossary - Canadian Intellectual Property Office. (n.d.). Home - Canadian Int...
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  1. 1. JeopardyBy: Marcus Poplawski
  2. 2. Category 1 Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 100 200 300 400 200 300 400 500 300 400 500 100
  3. 3. What is the definition of copyright?Answer
  4. 4. Back to mainCopyright is a type of ownership right thatdeals with non-physical entities (like music,photographs, and films) that we are able toclaim ownership over.
  5. 5. Property that is creativethrough copyright, patent, trade-mark, or unique and can be protected fromuse without permissionindustrial design or integrated circuit topography. Answer
  6. 6. Intellectual Property Back to main
  7. 7. What is the definition of fair dealings? Answer
  8. 8. Fair dealing is a concept under copyrightlaw that gives exclusions to copyright forcertain purposes. Back to main
  9. 9. What are royalties?Answer
  10. 10. An amount paid to copyright owners forthe sale or use of their unique works orother subject matter Back to main
  11. 11. Answera license that is obtained by variety of businesses andorganizations who use large amounts of copyrights.This licensing allows them to use copyright media thatis always changing or when they have a vast amountsof one type of copyright. Examples could be radiostation, businesses, schools and include almostanything that is found on line.
  12. 12. Blanket License Back to main
  13. 13. What is a patent?Answer
  14. 14. A way to protect intellectual property.Usually involved to protect "inventions."The patent does not cover the inventionsvisual qualities but may involve theprocesses, equipment, andmanufacturing techniques. Back to main
  15. 15. What is a public domain?Answer
  16. 16. Refers to those works that belong to thepublic. These works are free to use anddo not require written permission fromthe author or creator.  Back to main
  17. 17. What are moral rights?Answer
  18. 18. Are personal to an author regardless ofwho owns copyright. They expire thesame time that the copyright does.  Back to main
  19. 19. What are performer rights? Answer
  20. 20. They comprise the legal rights of a performer orperformers to be financially compensated (forexample, see Royalties) every time their recordedperformance or sound recording is played live orbroadcast for a public audience. Back to main
  21. 21. AnswerA symbol, be it a word, design or acombination of these, that is used toidentify and distinguish goods orservices as belonging to a person ororganization.
  22. 22. Trade Mark Back to main
  23. 23. What is private copying?Answer
  24. 24. Refers to the electronic reproduction ofexisting recordings of music and soundsand performances onto a recordablemedium, such as a blank CD, forpersonal and non-commercial use. Back to main
  25. 25. What is a maintenance fee?Answer
  26. 26. Are fees that are paid for prescribedperiods by the applicant to keep theirapplication in effect. These applicationscan be for either a patent or to maintainrights to an industrial design. Back to main
  27. 27. SourcesA Guide to Copyrights - Appendix II - Glossary - Canadian Intellectual Property Office. (n.d.). Home - Canadian Intellectual Property Office. Retrieved from http://www.cipo.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/wr02408.htmlCanadian Teachers’ Federation. (2012). Copyright matters! (3rd ed.). Noel & Snel. Retrieved from http://cmec.ca/Publications/Lists/Publications/Attachments/291/Copyright_Matters.pdfGovernment of Canada Department of Justice. (1985). Copyright Act. Retrieved from http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-42/index.htmlA Guide to Copyrights - Appendix II - Glossary - Canadian Intellectual Property Office. (n.d.). Home - Canadian Intellectual Property Office. Retrieved from http://www.cipo.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/wr02408.htmlGovernment of Canada, Balanced copyrights. Retrieved from http://balancedcopyright.gc.ca/eic/site/crp-prda.nsf/eng/rp01129.htmlAccess. Retrieved from http://www.accesscopyright.ca/about-us/what-does-access-copyright-do/Makarenko, J. (March 13, 2009). Copyright Law in Canada: An Introduction to the Canadian Copyright Act. Retrieved from http://www.mapleleafweb.com/features/copyright-law-canada-introduction-canadian-copyright-acthttp://publications.gc.ca/site/eng/ccl/aboutCopyright.htmlCanadian Intellectual Property Office (2011, Nov 25). Performers and producers rights. Glossary of Intellectual Property Terms. Retrieved from http://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/wr00837.html/

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