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A copyright is a federally-granted right which protects an author’s particular expression of an idea. Copyright does not give protection to the actual idea being expressed. Rather, it protects the particular form of expression the author used in expressing his or her idea. Click here for an example.
- What can be Copyrighted?
- Requirements for Protecting a Copyright
- Time Constraints on Registration
- Work for Hire
- Duration of Copyright
- Notice of Copyright
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- Frequently Asked Questions
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