Trademark / Copyright / Licensing
Copyright protection of original works of expression, such as novels, fine and graphic arts, music, recordings, photographs, software, video, cinema and choreography enables the holder to prevent others from copying or commercially exploiting their works without permission.
The public often uses the terms copyright and trademark interchangeably, but copyrights do not protect names, titles or short phrases, trademarks do. Trademarks protect distinctive words, phrases, logos, symbols, slogans and any other devices used to identify and distinguish products or services in the marketplace.
Both trademarks and copyrights can be used conjunctively to protect different aspects of the same product. A copyright may protect the artistic aspects of a graphic or logo used by a business to identify its goods or services while a trademark may protect the graphic or logo from use by others in a manner likely to confuse consumers in the marketplace.
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