noun

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    copyright masculine
    (masculine plural) derechos de reproducción
    to hold the copyright on sth tener el copyright / los derechos de algo
    • it comes out of copyright next year el copyright vence / los derechos vencen el año que viene

adjective

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    this film is copyright esta película está protegida por copyright

transitive verb

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    obtener el copyright de
    registrar los derechos de
    • In most countries, organisations have been created which control the exercise of copyright in performing and recording rights.
    • They claimed that his new material infringed their copyright on some of his old songs.
    • Every modern legal judgment concerning copyright, from the Berne Convention to the Betamax case, is on my side.
    • When creativity is stifled by copyright, the original intention of the law is lost.
    • The possession of copyright in published material may also lead to a conclusion of dominance if the relevant market is drawn tightly.
    • Many choose to register their works because they wish to have the facts of their copyright on the public record and have a certificate of registration.
    • Sometimes when copyright on a film expires, all sorts of stakeholders come forward.
    • It compels the sharing of that amount between the owner of copyright in the artistic work and the owner of copyright in the literary work.
    • We think of creative work as a purely human thing, and wrap invention in mystery and legal monopoly of copyrights and patents.
    • Some universities claim outright copyright on any materials produced by academic staff.
    • But for the vast majority of musical artists, their copyrights are a woefully inadequate tool for leveraging their way to a mass audience.
    • This sort of thing is entirely acceptable in the pop world, as long as the end result does not infringe the original copyright.
    • The legal system protects intellectual property through patents and copyright.
    • Unlike copyright, patents give holders exclusive rights to a technology for a set number of years.
    • The most common argument in favour of the distribution of exclusive copyrights is that they provide an incentive for artists and scientists to create their works.
    • Please be sure all reprints retain the original copyright, source, and author name.
    • This could be sound, pictures, movies or texts that have no copyright, in legal terms.
    • Standards New Zealand came and explained the legal implications around copyright.
    • Now they seem to think that out of print and out of copyright are the same thing.
    • One good reason to register is to establish a public record of your copyright.