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what do copyright law and policies state

What rights do non-owners have?

These include the right to reproduce their work; to distribute their work; to create derivative works; to publicly display their work; and to publicly perform their work. Non-owners often infringe on these rights when they engage in common activities like photocopying, downloading files, posting works (for example, photographs, graphics, …

What is non copyrightable?

Non-copyrightable Works: works not fixed in a tangible medium of expression or that employ less than "minimal creativity" are not copyrightable. These include principles, ideas, processes, concepts, discoveries, procedures, systems, and methods of expression.

What is the Teaching Act?

The TEACH Act revised the section of copyright law that deals with the performance and display of others’ works in distance education settings and prescribes new rules for faculty members at institutions with students in remote classrooms, online courses, or other distance education settings.

What was the 1976 Act?

Among other things, the 1976 Act eliminated the distinction between unpublished and published works. In addition, it provided that copyright protection become automatically available at the time that a work is created or fixed in some tangible form.

What is the copyright clause?

U.S. copyright law is grounded in the Patent and Copyright clause of the United States Constitution. Over the years, courts have liberally interpreted the provisions of this clause to protect "writings" using new technologies. In 1790, Congress enacted the first copyright act. The act has been revised many times since.

When did the Sonny Bono Copyright Act extend the term of copyright?

Different works (depending on when they were first published or created) fall under different sections of the copyright law and recent revisions to the law (including the Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998) have lengthened the term of copyright protection for some works.

When did the copyright act become effective?

The Copyright Act of 1976: became effective January 1, 1978 , and protects works created since 1978. (Works created prior to that date continue to be governed by the 1909 act.) Among other things, the 1976 Act eliminated the distinction between unpublished and published works.

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