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2 By: Dellyn Ray, Christian Burciaga, And Brandon Gerke

3 Can Words and Ideas Really be Stolen? Words and ideas can be stolen according to U.S. law Mostly all forms of expression are under copyright laws, just like original creations

4 Sources Cited( and still known as plagiarism) The user mentions author's name for a source, but doesn't include specific information on the location

5 What Is Copyright? Whenever you write a poem or story and even a paper for your class you automatically own the copyright to it

6 Why Should I Care About Copyright? The reason why you should care about copyright is because you spend all that hard time creating it that prevents other people from copying your own work

7 The works that are protected by copyright are literary works, musical works, dramatic works, pantomimes, pictorial, graphic, and sculptural works, motion pictures sounds and architectural works are not protected by copyright

8 The works that are not cited by copyright are Ghost writers and Photocopy and Potluck Paper and Poor Disguise and a Labor of Laziness and a Self Stealer are works that are not cited by copyright

9 Copyright infringement is anyone who exploits any of the exclusive rights of copyright infringement

10 The copyright in a work of authorship immediately becomes the author’s who created it at the moment it is put into a fixed form

11 Public domain is an intellectual property designation for the range of content that is not owned or controlled by anyone

12 Some music is protected by copyright and some is not protected People plagiaries music but their not supposed to plagiaries music

13 You can only take a certain percent of other people work Then you have to put there site at the bottom or their name saying where you got the information You can not sell other peoples’ work as your own it can lead to jail or a fine

14 How Long Does Copyright Protection Last? You have the copyright for 70 years after you die First term is 28 years then it goes for another term During the 1995 years the publish for 120 years

15 When and How do I Register a Copyright? To register your own copyright you need to do a short amount of paper work with different types of writing you can use to sell different pictures the cost to enter is $35.00 to $45.00

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