A Practical Guide to Exploiting and Enforcing Rights
Chapter 2: What is copyright?
Chapter 2 explains what copyright is and what the regulation says, in particular it addresses three key areas; firstly, what copyright is and what it protects, this includes a tiny bit of legal background on how law is made and applied, how copyright works around the world and what it means for a copyright work to be an original expression of an idea. Second, the chapter moves to explain when something can be protected by copyright and thirdly, discusses whether or not you need to register your copyright.
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