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Copyright is the law of the United States that protects the works of authors, artists, composers, and others from being used without permission.
Copyright is a form of protection given to authors or creators of “original works of authorships.”
Some work that is protected are literary, musical, dramatic, choreographic, pictorial, graphic, motion pictures, and sound recordings. Some things that are not protected are ideas, procedures, methods, systems, processes, titles, names, ownership, and authorship or work.
Copyright lasts the lifetime of the creator plus another 70 years.
As the author of your work, you alone have the right to do any of the following: make copies of your work, distribute copies of your work, perform your work publicly, display your work publicly, and make “derivative work.”
Students should know about plagiarism and how you must cite all your work, copying an entire paragraph and using it with out giving credit is known as plagiarism, students while most likely get points off of projects and essays due to using someone else’s work without properly citing it.
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