By following several copyright best practices, you can better protect your creative works from instances of infringement and plagiarism.
Carelessly posting content you don’t own to your social media page could result in claims of copyright infringement.
Given the time and effort that goes into creating and maintaining your blog, you should take steps to protect your work from copyright infringement.
Streamers will sometimes use copyrighted material on Twitch without understanding the gravity of what they’re doing. By following a few best practices, you can avoid this fate.
It’s actually surprisingly easy to register a copyright for a new creative work. In fact, in most cases you can finish the application in less than an hour.
Figure skating often intersects with IP law in unique and interesting ways, such as when skaters choose to register a copyright for their routines.
Generally speaking, you should assume that any use of another person’s artistic or creative work counts as copyright infringement.
Copyright law exists to protect the interests of content creators by establishing them as the sole owners and distributors of certain original works.
Under the fair use doctrine, individuals may copy portions of another person’s work as long as they follow certain guidelines as outlined in copyright law.
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