INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COPYRIGHT LAW Intellectual property is useful information divided into artistic property and industrial property. Regardless of the type of property, international law does not create Intellectual property, it only sets down guidelines for its uniform definition and protection. This paper will cover the intellectual property right called copyright.
According to August (2000), a copyright is an intangible statutory right that gives the author of an artistic work, for a limited period, the exclusive privilege
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the author or those the author permit may create other works based on the original. The Copyright Act allows copyright owners special rights in reproduction, adaptation, public distribution, public performance and public display. A copyright usually runs for the life of the creator, plus 70 years. The registration of a copyright allows the author to gain the power to stop sales of unauthorized copies of his or her work. The author may also destroy these copies.