What does copyright law mean? Article classification: copyright protection Release date: October 26, 2019 14:55:10 Click through rate:
What is the meaning of copyright law? Copyright protection law plays a great role in protecting the originality of the author's works and protecting the legitimate rights and interests of the author from infringement. What does copyright law mean?
What does copyright law mean?
What is a work? According to the current law of our country, the term "work" refers to the original intellectual achievements in the field of literature, art and science that can be reproduced in some tangible form.
Copyright, also known as copyright, refers to the personal rights and property rights enjoyed by authors and other obligees on literary, artistic and scientific works. It is divided into copyright personality right and copyright property right. Among them, the connotation of copyright personality right includes the right of public publication, the right of name expression and the right of forbidding others to damage the reputation of authors by distorting or changing their works. Copyright is an intangible property right, which is based on human intelligence. Therefore, it belongs to one of intellectual property rights, including reproduction right, public oral statement right, public broadcasting right, public exhibition right, public performance right, public transmission right, public display right, alteration right, distribution right, rental right, etc. Copyright is to protect the expression of ideas, not the idea itself. While protecting the interests of private property rights, we must take into account the accumulation of civilization and the spread of knowledge. Algorithms, mathematical methods, technology or machine design are not the objects of copyright protection.