BASIC definition of Copyright Law

Copyright Law, Intellectual Property and Photo Permissions  January 9, 2014 – 05:40 pm
The simple definition of

Copyright Law

Copyright law, by definition is: “laws that regulate the use of the work of a creator, such as an artist or author. This includes copying, distributing, altering and displaying creative, literary and other types of work. Unless otherwise stated in a contract, the author or creator of a work retains the copyright.”

With regards to the interactive product it would be an issue because the creator of the website would have to get full copyright information and approval from the original owner of the images/text they use.

Intellectual Property

Definition: “Intangible rights protecting the products of human intelligence and creation, such as copyrightable works, patented inventions, Trademarks, and trade secrets. Although largely governed by federal law, state law also governs some aspects of intellectual property.”

This would affect the interactive product because these rights could have an impact on certain text, images etc that the website designer uses as these rights cannot be moved, they remain untouchable.

It differs from copyright law in so much as you can’t access rights to the things you want, at all.

Photo Permissions

This, is quite simply what it says on the time. The permission

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