*Copyright troll

In 2010, copyright holding company Righthaven LLC was called a copyright troll by commentators, after it purchased copyrights ... A copyright troll is a party (person or company) that enforces copyrights it owns for purposes of making money through ... EFF: Copyright Trolls Fight Copyright Trolls, an online publication covering mass file-sharing lawsuits in USA. ... Missing or empty ,url= (help) American Bar Association (May 24, 2013). "Copyright Trolls Are Never in Fashion: Copyright ...

*Copyright registration

"A Guide to Copyright". Retrieved 21 December 2013. Copyright Basics (Circular 1) p.7. Copyright and the Public Domain page 11- ... Copyright formalities Public domain Copyright renewal Copyright Basics (Circular 1) p.3. Thomas, Roger E.; Schechter, John R. ( ... It is a common misconception to confuse copyright registration with the granting of copyright. Copyright in most countries ... In Kenya, copyrighted works can be registered at the Kenya Copyrights Board for a small fee. In the United Kingdom, there is no ...

*Captain Copyright

... debate on copyright issues, and legitimate criticism of Access Copyright's approach despite Captain Copyright being pitched as ... Captain Copyright shot down Access Copyright exploits children, forbids criticism Captain Copyright: Wikipedia pirate! Archived ... Captain Copyright Targets Kids Canada OKs P2P music downloads Copyright and What It's For Archived June 16, 2006, at the ... Captain Copyright was a propaganda cartoon character created by Canada's Access Copyright agency to educate children about the ...

*Copyright alternatives

Copyright enforcement demand would also decrease as AFV material increased. The assumptions made are that in the low end direct ... Various Copyright Alternatives in an alternative compensation systems (ACS) have been proposed as ways to allow the widespread ... Liebowitz, S. Alternative Copyright Systems: The Problems with a Compulsory License, Presented at SERCIAC 2003. Love, J. ... Baker also states that it is realistic to assume that the savings from the reduced expenditures on the copyrighted work would ...

*Software copyright

Copyright can be assigned or licensed through a written document, but under the Indian Copyright Act, in case the period of ... Changes to the Copyright Act in regard to digital copyright were debated in the Canadian Parliament in 2008. Bill C-61 proposed ... See Assignment of Copyright in Software. Under the provision of Copyright Ordinance 1962, works which fall into any of the ... Software copyright is the extension of copyright law to machine-readable software. While many of the legal principles and ...

*Perpetual copyright

... can refer to a copyright without a finite term, or to a copyright whose finite term is perpetually extended ... Perpetual copyright in the former sense is highly uncommon, as the current laws of all countries with copyright statutes set a ... When the statutory copyright term provided for by the Statute of Anne, the first copyright statute, began to expire in 1731 ... The Copyright Act of 1775 established a type of perpetual copyright which allowed "the Two Universities in England, the Four ...

*Copyright abolition

The term "copyright abolition movements" refers to movements to abolish copyright, specifically those that espouse the repeal ... Creative Commons Cory Doctorow Copyright misuse Copyfraud Patent troll Fair use Free culture movement Opposition to copyright ... They refer to copyrights and patents as intellectual monopolies, akin to industrial monopolies, and they advocate phasing out ... Michele Boldrin and David K. Levine, economists at Washington University, have suggested that copyrights and patents are a net ...

*Cake copyright

... is the assertion of copyright on a cake. Cakes can be an artistic medium for displaying any image or portraying ... If a cake is used as an artistic medium for presenting copyrighted content, then copyright issues might come into play with a ... and Sanrio have asserted that cakes should not portray their copyrighted fictional characters or their copyrighted images ... The copyright claim is part of an attempt to enforce demands that communities of people who mock cakes not publish photos of ...

*Copyright collective

A copyright collective (also known as a copyright collecting agency, licensing agency or copyright collecting society) is a ... List of copyright collection societies Private copying levy Voluntary Collective Licensing Copyright collection societies ( ... Collecting societies collect royalty payments from users of copyrighted works and distribute royalties to copyright owners. ... In the United States, a distinction is made between a copyright collective (which dictates prices and terms for the individual ...

*Copyright Clause

The Copyright Clause (also known as the Intellectual Property Clause, Copyright and Patent Clause, or the Progress Clause) ... United States Constitution Copyright United States copyright law United States patent law Stanford v. Roche William F. Patry, ... Copyright Law and Practice (1994). Ochoa, Tyler T. (2007). "Chapter 7: Copyright Duration: Theories and Practice". In Yu, Peter ... that repeated extensions to the term of copyright do not constitute a perpetual copyright. In that case, the United States ...

*Copyright notice

"Restored copyrights" include not only copyrights on works that have lapsed and are restored, but also new US copyrights on ... the Copyright Office. Use of the notice informs the public that a work is protected by copyright, identifies the copyright ... or the person or entity to whom the copyright has been transferred. According to US copyright law the copyright notice must be ... if a work was published under the copyright owner's authority without a proper notice of copyright, all copyright protection ...

*Copyright (band)

Copyright was a Canadian alternative rock band, active in the 1990s. Their sound has been compared to that of Radiohead. The ... June 13th, 2011 Copyright at Jam! Pop Music Encyclopedia. "Ex-Slow duo puts together band with a wicked sound". Vancouver Sun, ... The album The Hidden World followed in 2001, and Copyright disbanded soon after. "SPILL NEWS: MIRROR FEATURING DAVE GAHAN ... releasing their second album Love Story in 1996 under the name Copyright. Love Story was a shortlisted Juno Award nominee for ...

*Semantic Copyright

The external system questioned by any node attached to Semantic Copyright over the copyright of a work. The identification was ... Semantic Copyright is a technological system that provides semantic information of intellectual property rights of works in ... The external system can direct the query to any node that uses the Semantic Model Copyright. Response. The answer semantics on ... The project began in May 2009 after its presentation at the Role of Copyright Registries en Global Digital Networks and its ...

*Copyright Hub

The Copyright Hub is a UK-based non-profit organisation attempting to lower the transaction costs of licensing copyrighted ... It plans to create a browser extension and an online copyright ownership database, the plugin talking to the database to allow ... Stedman, Cori (8 April 2015). "Could the U.K.'s Copyright Hub Provide a Template for Simple Rights Use?". Mediashift. PBS. ... Orlowski, Andrew (9 December 2014). "One-click, net-modelled UK copyright hub comes a step closer". The Register. Retrieved 1 ...

*Parliamentary copyright

... what is now covered by Parliamentary copyright was Crown copyright. Parliamentary copyright was created with a lifespan of 50 ... Parliament of the United Kingdom Crown copyright Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 UK Parliament website copyright ... Parliamentary copyright was first created in the United Kingdom by the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Prior to this ... See Template:Non-free Parliamentary copyright for Wikipedia's image licensing tag. ...

*Copyright symbol

The copyright symbol, or copyright sign, © (a circled capital letter C for copyright), is the symbol used in copyright notices ... Copyright Act of 1870, §97. 1874 Amendment to the Copyright Act of 1870, §1. Copyright Act of 1909, §18 Copyright Law Revision ... The Copyright Act was amended in 1874 to allow a much shortened notice: "Copyright, 18 , by A. B." The copyright symbol © was ... and thus do not require copyright notices to obtain copyright. In the United States, the copyright notice required prior to ...

*Copyright formalities

Common copyright formalities include copyright registration, copyright renewal, copyright notice, and copyright deposit. ... Copyright notice requirements-such as placing a notice of copyright on the work itself, along with the copyright holder, and ... Copyright formalities had certain benefits to users and holders of copyrights. First, they made determination of copyright ... United States Copyright Office, Copyright Office's Report on Orphan Works (2006). See for example, Free Culture by Larry Lessig ...

*Copyright performance

... s were rendered unnecessary by the Copyright Act 1911, which secured the author's rights over unpublished ... Bowker, Richard Rogers (1912). "XI: Dramatic and Musical Copyright, Including Playright". Copyright, its history and its law. ... The copyright performance of a play was a first public performance in the United Kingdom, staged purely for the purpose of ... novelists sometimes arranged copyright performances of dramatisations of their works; a single 1897 performance of Dracula ...

*Copyright Tribunal

Australian copyright law#Copyright Tribunal "About the Copyright Tribunal". Retrieved 2009-07-31. House of Commons Innovation, ... The Copyright Tribunal in the United Kingdom has jurisdiction over some intellectual property disputes under the Copyright, ... In 2010 the Copyright Tribunal was listed as to be 'Abolished with Reservations' under the 2010 UK quango reforms. ... The tribunal's principal task is adjudicating disputes between collective licensing agencies (such as the Copyright Licensing ...

*Attribution (copyright)

1989 when the requirement of copyright registration and copyright signment was ended. Copyright holder attribution is in most ... Attribution in copyright law, is acknowledgement as credit to the copyright holder or author of a work. Attribution is often ... often in the form Copyright © [year] [copyright holder's name]. The preservation of such a notice was an invariable requirement ... If attribution is required by a license, it legally prevents others from claiming to own the work and allows a copyright holder ...

*Copyright rightsholder

Called (copyright) rightsholder are usually societies who claim to represent authors: Copyright collective Trade association# ...

*Access Copyright

Copyright Clearance Center Captain Copyright Alberta (Education) v Canadian Copyright Licensing Agency (Access Copyright) ... "Ryerson not renewing Access Copyright license". Dew, Stephen. "Access Copyright and the University of Alberta". The QUAD. Where ... "Brock opts out of Access Copyright licence". "Copyright at Carleton , MacOdrum Library". www.library.carleton.ca. Retrieved ... Access Copyright has also started charging universities for e-mailing links to copyrighted information, even in cases where ...

*Copyright Directive

Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2003 Copyright law of the European Union Digital Millennium Copyright Act Deckmyn v ... of the Czech Copyright Act [1] Finland: 2005 amendment to the Finnish Copyright Act and Penal Code France: loi no 2006-961 du ... is a directive of the European Union enacted to implement the WIPO Copyright Treaty and to harmonise aspects of copyright law ... Article 5 lists the copyright exceptions which Member States may apply to copyright and related rights. The restrictive nature ...

*Digital Copyright

... is instead a social history of copyright law. It is not about the law per se but about how the technology ... In Chapter 12, "Revising Copyright Law for the Digital Age", Litman reviews the overall approach to developing copyright laws, ... Jane C. Ginsburg, "Can Copyright Become User-Friendly? Essay Review of Jessica Litman, Digital Copyright", Columbia-VLA Journal ... Prometheus Books blurb, Digital Copyright, 2001 hardback edition. Joseph S. Fogel, Review of Digital Copyright, Los Angeles ...

*Copyright Act

The Copyright Act 1968 The Copyright Act of Canada The Copyright Ordinance 1997 The Indian Copyright Act, 1957 The Copyright ... copyright law of the United Kingdom The Copyright Act of 1790 The Copyright Act of 1831 The Copyright Act of 1870 The Copyright ... the first copyright act of the United Kingdom The Copyright Act 1842 The Copyright Act 1956 (4 & 5 Eliz.2 c.52) The Copyright ... copyright act The International Copyright Act of 1891 List of copyright acts International Copyright Act List of short titles ...