What is a Copyright?

By Liza Ann Esqueda

A copyright is legal protection afforded to any original work of art or authorship.  That’s the minimum amount of creativity required for a work to be viewed as original. 

A copyright protects literary works of art, and authorship such as books, articles, blog posts, website content, music, software, visual works of art and authorship such as photographs, graphic designs, logos, cartoons, sculptures, jewelry, performance works of art and authorship such  choreographic work.

A copyright does not protect ideas, works with no original content, works not reduced to a tangible form, or works in the public domain.

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