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Copyright n. – Right to govern the use of the work and obtain the economic benefits
One can copyright computer code, images, books, works of art, or any original works of authorship. One copyrights the tangible expression of the work, not the idea. The act of creation gives copyright.
One can receive additional rights if file Copyrights can be registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. One does receive additional rights if files.
Copyrights last seven five years after death for an individual and ninety five years for a corporation.
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