A copyright overview
Review of the main concepts about copyright. Among the topics discussed are: ownership, joint ownership, assignments, licenses, permissions, infringements, exceptions, unpublished works, orphan works, artificial intelligence generated work rights, patents, trade marks, performers rights, moral rights, Sci-Hub, risk management and calculation, etc.
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