Copyright


Works of authorship, such as music, written works, and artworks that have been tangibly expressed may be secured by copyright. Copyright safeguards original works of authorship including written, theatric, musical, and creative works, such as novels, films, songs, poetry, architecture, and software for computers. Copyright law does not secure facts, mere ideas, machines, or functional methods, although copyright law may safeguard the way these things are conveyed or expressed.

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