A Practical Guide to Exploiting and Enforcing Rights
Chapter 4: What copyright gives you
This chapter explains what copyright provides for the rightsholder. This chapter first sets out what rights copyright gives the copyright owner. Secondly, it explains the additional associated rights of performers rights, moral rights and image rights. These next two chapters empowers you to know where you stand with regards to the extent of your own rights in your work, as well as your ability to use other’s work, and vice-versa.
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