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Information About Canadian Copyright Law

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  • Legally Using Images Course

    Do you use images and other third-party content? Our primer/refresher course Legally Using Images will teach you … Which images require copyright permission and which you can safely use for freeHow to avoid hidden traps in licensing languageHow to legally use online and print images, and avoid exp … Read more »

  • Demystifying the Role of the Go-To Copyright Person Online Course

    Demystifying the Role of the Go-To Copyright Person is an exploratory online micro course in which you learn about the why, who, what and how of being that designated copyright contact person. Register now!Registration fee: $199 US. Defining Your Role as the Go-To Copyright Person exceeded my expect … Read more »

  • Copyright News and Articles

    Copyrightlaws.com publishes a list of popular and interesting copyright news and articles from the U.S., Canada and around the world. Scroll down to see the latest items. .fca_eoi_form{ margin: auto; } .fca_eoi_form p { width: auto; } #fca_eoi_form_11693 input{ max-width: 9999px; }#fca_eoi_form_1169 … Read more »

  • Introduction to International Copyright Law

    International copyright law doesn’t exist! Each country has its own domestic copyright laws that apply to its own citizens, and also to the use of foreign content when used in one’s country. It allows creators and content owners around the world and citizens of many countries to enjoy copyright prot … Read more »

  • 3 Commonly Misunderstood U.S. Copyright Concepts

    Misinformation about U.S. copyright law is unfortunately common, despite the abundance of resources available on this subject. Three commonly misunderstood U.S. copyright principles that often require clarification are: The notion of automatic protectionThe use of the copyright symbol, ©Copyright re … Read more »