Where can I find copyright guidance?


Copyright is a legal protection given to the creator of works which include literary, dramatic and artistic works, films, music and computer programs.  Anything printed, written, made, designed or recorded in any form is subject to copyright or a related right.

The ISS Copyright Toolkit will guide you to authoritative copyright resources. The information is intended to help staff and students to avoid breaking the law and to enable them to comply with the various licences the University has agreed with rights owners and their representatives.

 

Tags: copyright, intellectual property, IP
Last update:
07-12-2016 14:29
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Caroline Rauter /amended Paul Johns
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