OTHER WORDS FROM copyrightcop·y·right·a·ble, adjectivecop·y·right·er, nounun·cop·y·right·ed, adjective
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If a victim’s face is pulled from a copyrighted photo, it’s possible to use IP law.Deepfake porn is ruining women’s lives. Now the law may finally ban it|Karen Hao|February 12, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Later that same year, it shuttered Google News in Spain following the passing of an even more extensive law that did not allow individual publishers to waive their copyright licensing rights.
Similarly, restrictive copyright rules in Germany and Spain several years ago prompted Google to pull back on snippets, which caused a significant decline in search traffic to news sites in those countries.Google might remove search in Australia if forced to pay to link to sites|Barry Schwartz|January 22, 2021|Search Engine Land
Google tried to use that same playbook in France after the passage of the EU copyright directive.Google agrees to pay French news sites to send them traffic|Timothy B. Lee|January 21, 2021|Ars Technica
Another stacksmashing video, entitled "Bringing homebrew to the Nintendo Game & Watch," has also been taken down by an apparent copyright claim.Nintendo uses copyright claims to take down Game & Watch hacking videos|Kyle Orland|January 14, 2021|Ars Technica
Excerpted from BECOMING RICHARD PRYOR Copyright © 2014 by Scott Saul.How Richard Pryor Beat Bill Cosby and Transformed America|David Yaffe, Scott Saul|December 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Copyright © 2014 by Alain Mabanckou from Letter to Jimmy (translated by Sara Meli Ansari).
So what I always tell the kids is to be careful about signing to a label and always protect your copyright.
For an artist like myself, the most important part is the publishing, and owning my own copyright.
State officials were not amused, and are suing the advocacy group for copyright infringement.
Research has indicated the copyright on this book was not renewed.
Also for copyright privileges in connection with this and other chapters.Birds of the Rockies|Leander Sylvester Keyser
When copyright laws are made—by elected officials, acting for the public good—they always safeguard this right.Makers|Cory Doctorow
Also, he made him two propositions: he would pay him ten thousand dollars cash for his copyright, or he would pay five per cent.
About this time began Mark Twain's long and active interest in copyright.
British Dictionary definitions for copyright (1 of 2)
Derived forms of copyrightcopyrightable, adjectivecopyrighter, noun
British Dictionary definitions for copyright (2 of 2)
Cultural definitions for copyright (1 of 2)
The legal protection given to published works, forbidding anyone but the author from publishing or selling them. An author can transfer the copyright to another person or corporation, such as a publishing company.
Cultural definitions for copyright (2 of 2)
A grant of an exclusive right to produce or sell a book, motion picture, work of art, musical composition, software, or similar product during a specified period of time.